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* Because of the inherently high difficulty of error-spotting exercises, they are suitable only at later stages of review, not at the initial stage of learning, where one is still in the process of acquiring basic knowledge.
* Error-spotting exercises are generally unsuitable for assessment because it is hard to design a consistent grading rubric around them. Thus, even though they are good for diagnosis, people who prefer their diagnosis instruments to mimic their assessment instruments may not take error-spotting exercises seriously.
* Error-spotting exercises require considerably more effort to design.
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