The Ministry of National Education continues to work in line with the goals of digitalization in education. In this context, Minister of National Education Mahmut Özer stated that animated questions will be included for the first time in the driver's license exams held in the e-Exam format, and said, "The application will not only make the questions more understandable, but will also contribute to clearly revealing the behaviors that are intended to be measured." said.
Continual innovations are made in the exam applications made by the Ministry of National Education, contributing to the validity and reliability of the exam.
Ministry; decided to use animated questions to visually enrich the questions in the driver's license exams and to improve the content and benefit of the questions. In the animated questions to be prepared, the candidates will encounter real-life situations.
In order for the candidates to recognize the question type before the exam, trial exams including animated questions were prepared and made available on the website of the General Directorate of Measurement, Evaluation and Exam Services with the extension odsgm.meb.gov.tr.
Exam support for hearing impaired candidates
Along with these innovations, studies are also carried out for exam support for hearing-impaired candidates. The preparation of driver training sets in sign language and animated questions for hearing impaired candidates continues.
Announcing that animated questions will be included in the driver's license exams for the first time, Minister of National Education Mahmut Özer said, "The application will not only make the questions more understandable, but will also contribute to clearly revealing the behaviors that are intended to be measured." said.
Stating that the new application will contribute to the validity and reliability of the exam, it will also bring a new perspective to other exams held by the Ministry, Özer said:
“We continue to work on the preparation of driver training sets and animated questions in sign language for our deaf candidates. All our work is carried out with great devotion. I would like to thank all my colleagues who contributed.”