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Understanding Cut Scores: They’re Not Just Random Numbers!
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Understanding Cut Scores: They’re Not Just Random Numbers!
Our tests are unique in that often the same assessment is recommended for a variety of different positions. Unfortunately, the
Proctored vs. Non-Proctored Testing: What to Consider
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Proctored vs. Non-Proctored Testing: What to Consider
If you are familiar with assessments, you have probably heard the terms proctored and non-proctored. While it seems like the meaning
What is Item Response Theory (IRT)?
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What is Item Response Theory (IRT)?
Validation, implementation, and maintenance are major components of the research and development that goes into creating useful tests. Advances in
Validity and Reliability in Testing – What do They Mean?
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Validity and Reliability in Testing – What do They Mean?
It is a common mistake to assume the terms “validity” and “reliability” have the same meaning. While they are related, the
What is a Cognitive Ability Test?
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What is a Cognitive Ability Test?
Have you ever wondered what a cognitive ability test is? This blog with Jen Garrow explains cognitive ability and why
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