The problem with multiple choice tests is that students take them and forget them, but with all the high-stakes tests being multiple choice, you must use them as practice. This correction form allows you to use multiple choice tests and quizzes more effectively.
I made turning these in optional, but that's because I taught in a school district that did not support students taking responsibility for their own learning. If you work for a district that does expect the best from its students, then you can make these forms mandatory.
The value I placed on correction forms was this: half the points you lost are earned back. Therefore, a student scores a 5/10, does the correction form, and then gets 2.5 more, for a total of 7.5/10. Even a 2/10 with the form ends up being a 6/10.
The form allows for enough thought that the student is really EARNING the points. It should not be automatic or expected, but earned after something is learned.
If you use multiple choice quizzes and tests, this is an essential tool to see that students still learn, even after the test is over.
Google Doc link so students can turn it in online. This form works with ANY length test--students just copy and paste as many corrections as they need.