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- Make sure that the question is your own work, and that you're OK with MeDUSA having complete rights to use this content. We can't host copyright protected questions. We may also edit questions prior to the reaching the MCQ bank.
- There's a big difference between a good and a bad MCQ. For a helpful rundown of how to write a good question, check out this video.
- The best questions have the best explanations after the question is answered - aim to write a succinct paragraph that discusses why the correct option is indeed correct, and just as importantly, why the other options are incorrect.
- When possible, it's a great idea to reference relevant guidelines and/or other materials (e.g. textbooks, lecture notes) at the bottom of your explanation section. For example, if you're answer refers to a particular treatment, referenced guidelines are highly useful to guarantee the accuracy of your MCQ. This is particularly relevant for clinical questions.