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Test Reliability

Kenneth Clark 

November 1999, Volume 92, Issue 8, Page 719

Abstract:
This article explains and demonstrates a procedure that is commonly used to determine the reliability of a test in such a way that a person who has modest arithmetical skills can carry out the same analysis on a classroom test or examination. The article also presents issues that arise from this approach to assessing test quality.

Keywords:
Article
Correlation
Data Collection
Grades 9-12
Inference
Teacher
Lesson Plans
Modeling