Evaluating Tests*

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Evaluating Tests* by Mind Map: Evaluating Tests*

1. Puncuation

2. Validity

3. Reliability

4. Consistency of a student taking the test more than once

5. Three Basic Methods of Score Estimation

6. Test-Retest

7. Alternative Form

8. Internal Consistency

9. Content Validity Evidence

10. Questions must correspond to answers

11. Criterion-Related Validity Evidence

12. Test scores are related to an external criterion: Two Types

13. Concurrent Criterion

14. Measurements of a new test will be comparable with the older test

15. Predictive Criterion

16. Test predicts behaviour in the future of those taking the test

17. Construct Validity Evidence

18. Tests on subject such as English improves with increase instruction, tutoring, or studying of the example of English and not another subject.

19. 1st set of test scores will be comparable with 2nd set of test scores (not much change in variables)

20. Two tests written like each other

21. Given to same student

22. Given under same conditions

23. Disadavantage of difficulty of writing of tests

24. Test must be consistent with subject tested throughout entire test

25. Test may be split in two or more parts

26. Examples of English test

27. Grammer

28. Kuder-Richardson Method

29. Split-half Method

30. Two ways of estimating Internal Consistency

31. One form of test item measured to what it has in common with an item in another form

32. Tests must measure exactly what it says it will measure such as English must measure English and not Social Studies