A true or false question makes a statement and asks the person taking the test if the statement is true or false. There are no other responses. Each answer has a 50 percent chance of being correct.
Multiple choice questions follow a somewhat similar format, and do not require the person taking the test to create an answer of their own. Multiple choice questions ask a question, and the person taking the test must choose the correct answer from a list of four or five similar answers. There is a 20 to 25 percent chance of randomly choosing the correct answer.