onthecusp wrote:Multiple Choice is almost like taking a nap during the test. It requires less brain processing power and provides for a better curve.
Do you understand how curves work?
We can either stop playing the stupid questions game, or you can just get over the fact that MC is becoming a part of life on law school exams.
A difficult multiple choice section with a 50-60% median produces a wider distribution of scores, making for a more distinguishable curve, which is desirable on a test where everyone is pretty much saying the same shit in their essay's. There is less luck involved, and it awards students for knowing more (you can't bullshit your way into points).