How to Validate a Test

How to Validate a Test - nonminority subgroups Adverse...

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How to Validate a Test Step One -> Analyze the Job Step Two -> Choose the Tests Step Three -> Administer Tests Step Four -> Relate Test Scores and Criteria Step Five -> Cross-Validate and Revalidate Ethical and Legal Questions in Testing With respect to testing, the law boils down to two things: You must be able to probe that your tests are related to success or failure on the job You must prove that your tests don’t unfairly discriminate against either minority or
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Unformatted text preview: nonminority subgroups Adverse Impact means there is a significant discrepancy between rates of rejection of members of the protected groups and others Individual Rights of Test Takers and Test Security Under the American Psychological Association’s standard for educational and psychology tests, they have the right to the confidentiality of the tests results and the right to be informed consent regarding the use of these results...
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This document was uploaded on 11/02/2011 for the course MGT 4373 at Texas State.

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