In order to ensure rigour, MCQs should be piloted before inclusion in summative assignments. This could take place via formative assessments and or, in advance, with a group of test-takers whose role is simply to analyse the questions for clarity, difficulty, content and type. It is useful to tag questions and create exams according to what the course team is intending to assess. For example, the examination designer may wish to test both basic knowledge (recall, definitions, etc.) as well as more advanced engagement with the material. For those who have not written MCQs, the process can be quite challenging. It can be helpful to organise a workshop (supported by Eden Centre) or detailed guidance material to aid the design of rigorous and appropriate questions.