Docimological Study of the Test of the Entrance Examination to the CRMEF of the Graduate Professors Qualifying Option Physical Chemistry Session 2015-2016 and Determining Factors in the Choice of Good Future Teacher
Competition, Regional Center for Education and Training Profession, Scoring System, Evaluation, Teachers of Schools, Recruitment, Examination MCQ, Future Teacher, Teacher Trainers, Penalization, Determinant
Benmassaoud, Ahmed Adile
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The Regional Centers of Education and Training (C.R.M.E.F) in Morocco are responsible for recruiting and training candidates for the teaching of schools. The recruitment of future teachers is based on the overall score obtained by candidates for the written and oral competition in the specialty subject. The written examination, in the form of a multiple-choice questionnaire (MCQ), accompanied by a correction scale is drawn up by the National Examination Center of the Ministry of National Education and Vocational Training (M.E.N.F.P). The evaluation of the examination according to the predetermined scale is done by the teacher trainers of the CRMEF. This study focuses on multi-choice questionnaire certification (MCQ). It concentrates exclusively on the one hand to analyze the score obtained by each candidate in examination MCQ taking into account the predetermined scale (experimental) and compare it to that obtained using another scale (theoretical) and on the other hand see which of the two rating scales is decisive in choosing a good future teacher. It also aims to understand the effects of penalizing wrong answers in relation to the pass rate of an exam. In order to do this, a comparative study was made between the predetermined rating scale (given by the examination center: experimental) and this given by the theoretical rating scale.
The result of this study reveals that an examination that uses a more severe penalty scale does not discriminate between candidates and does not allow an adequate choice of good future teacher.