There are a couple of suggestions that might help my learning experience possibly.
1) Having the opposite question back to back. J to E and then immediately I find the same question but E to J. I feel this doesn't help as much as it could because you just answered it in the previous question.
2) Multi-choice is good sometimes, but I'm not so sure that it's the best for this. The reason is that you can narrow down the choices. You're not really doing a full blown recall. For example, if I know what all the stuff in the multi-choice answers are except for one of them (the question I'm answering), then by a process of elimination I found the correct answer. But I think the questions want me to select the answer using recall, not elimination. What are your thoughts? Perhaps the algorithm takes this into account? Or maybe I should attempt to do a recall without looking at the answers first, then select the correct answer?
I find myself making "fuzzy guesses" all the time. Not really knowing the answer, but getting the answer correct because I recognize it a little bit. If I had to do a full blown recall when trying to speak, I wouldn't be able to do it, but I might be able to figure it out if I had multi-choice. But that's not going to help in "the wild". See where I'm going with this?
Just some thoughts, but I don't know if they're useful or not.