Yes, that's what I mean. The AP Physics 1 & 2 exams actually have questions where the students have to select two correct answers (and it's not correct unless they get both). That's a more pressing application, but the question that made me think about it was a matching question on my chem 1 test where they match the names of the groups to the correct portion of the periodic table. This requires me to go from A to BE for options. I'd never thought of it since the old fashioned scantron does that without any problem (though it doesn't do most of the other good stuff QK does and that's why I've switched).