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Joseph Martineau

Assessment

A Matter of Indifference

Current Assessments May Require New Equating Methods and Procedures to Ensure Results will be Comparable Across Test Forms

One of the fundamental tenets of equating two tests is that it should be a matter of indifference to an examinee as to which of the two tests they take.  

When two or more students receive the same scale score on their state’s Grade 3 reading test, we want to be able to make the same inferences about their performance, even if they responded to almost entirely different sets of items.

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