Exam 2 Study Guide Spring 2017 (1)

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Exam 2 Study Guide Exam 2 will be based on the following chapters: Ch. 6, Ch. 7, Ch. 9. Also, the Test Development slides (posted on Reggie net) will be included on Exam 2. This is just a guide, read the assigned chapters, and also carefully review my slides. The study guide is NOT meant to replace adequate preparation for the exam (doing the assigned readings, reviewing my slides, etc.). Test Development slides (posted on Reggie net) Know the 10 steps involved in test development and the details associated with these steps Know what the testing universe is What is the target audience? Objective and subjective test formats What are the characteristics of each of these formats Recognize examples of each of these test formats Know what the pilot test is Norms – what are they? Cut scores – what are they? Predictors (Chapter 6) Know what a test is Know what Computer Adaptive Testing (CAT) involves Know and differentiate between speed and power tests Differentiate between individual and group tests Differentiate between paper and pencil and performance tests Know the textbook definition for performance tests o
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