Inferences about individuals based on the results of group data on the stability of intelligence test scores may be misleading because:
A pupil’s science achievement score is one standard deviation below the national norm. Which of the following most accurately describes her performance?
You are interested in finding out how well a child in your class is doing, compared to students in other schools. Which of the following types of tests should you use?
Which of the following is true of norm-referenced achievement tests?
The Wechsler Full Scale IQ is an example of:
Most standardized test publishers today distribute reports like the “Criterion-Reference Skills Analysis” included in your text. While such reports contain a wealth of information, they often are ignored because the
Which of the following types of test results may be given to parents without interpretation?
“High-stakes” testing refers to the use of standardized test results alone or in combination with other measures to make educational decisions that:
Which of the following represents the highest degree of relative performance?
As contrasted with various separate achievement tests in the same subjects and obtained from different test publishers, a survey achievement battery yields derived scores for the same school subjects which are more likely to be: