Reliability and Validity

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Reliability and Validity by Mind Map: Reliability and Validity

1. Validity is the most important criteria for the quality of a test. The term validity refers to whether or not the test measures what it claims to measure.

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2. An experiment is deemed reliable if you are able to repeat it many times and get the same results.

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5. Reliability is defined as the consistency of the scores of a test.