Feasibility Analysis of Four Tier Multiple Choice Diagnostic Test Instruments on Reaction Rate Material

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Abstract


This study aims to analyze the feasibility of the four tier multiple choice diagnostic test instrument on the reaction rate material. The type of research used is development research referring to R&D (Research and Development) with a 4D development model. The 4D stage includes four stages: Define, Design, Develop, and Disseminate. The research subjects at the time of the small group trial were 20 students who had studied the reaction rate material. The data collection instrument used is a validation sheet. The data analysis technique was carried out through the calculation of validity, reliability, discriminatory power and tier of difficulty of the questions. The results showed that the four tier multiple choice diagnostic test was feasible to be used to identify students' misconceptions with an average percentage of content validity test of 96.97% with valid criteria, the value of the construction validity test was rcount > 0.444 with the category of all items valid, the score the reliability test is 0.83 (reliable) with very high criteria, the value of the discriminating power of the questions is 0.5 with good criteria, and the value of the difficulty tier of the questions is 0.5 with moderate criteria.


Keywords


Feasibility, Diagnostic Test, Four Tier Multiple Choice, Reaction rate

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