Development of an Automated subjective answer scoring System with full-text search technique and PHP text comparison function

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Monthep Sudjai
Surasak Mungsing

Abstract

A subjective or written test is a type of test that allows learners to demonstrate better than other forms of thinking, ideas, analysis and synthesis of knowledge gained from learning. An efficient, automated subjective answer scoring system can reduce errors, injustice, fatigue and the inaccuracy in examining the exam. This paper presents the development of an automated scoring system for subjective answers for the secondary school level on the Internet to support teachers with the need to create content-based and appropriate subjective exams, and automatically score subjective answers. This system uses a Full-text Search technique and PHP Similar Text functions, and is used for testing in secondary education school 1) Kunnatee Ruttharam Witthayakhom School, Bangkok 2) Mueng Nakhonnayok Schook, Nakhonnayok be under Office of the Basic Education Commission. The test results showed = 4.32 that the teachers were satisfied with the results of the grading system at the good.

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M. Sudjai and S. Mungsing, “Development of an Automated subjective answer scoring System with full-text search technique and PHP text comparison function”, JIST, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 8-17, Jun. 2021.
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Research Article: Web Systems and Technologies (Detail in Scope of Journal)

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