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Methods of Educational Measurement

D. Smith (Author)
Synopsis Basic to using the results of measurement is the interpretation of scores. A test score is merely a number, devoid of meaning in and by itself. Not until it is related to something does it become meaningful and thus useful. Before we proceed with a discussion of the various uses of test results, it would be well to take another look at a device which facilities interpretation. This is the profile, a graphic methods of depicting the results of the testing of individuals and of groups. The profile typically shows the results of an achievement battery such as the Stanford, an aptitude battery such as the Differential Aptitude Texts, or scores
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About the author

D. Smith

Professor D. Smith did his graduation from London University with psychology as a subject and moved to Australia. He did his M.Sc. in psychology and his Ph.D from Australian University, Sydney. He did teaching job in various colleges of Australia and New Zealand. Dr. Smith conducted research in the field of measurement and evaluation for various governmental organisations in Australia. Dr. Smith has extensively travelled in various countries of the world especially in the developing world. He has published many useful books on measurement and evaluation and he writes continuously for various research journals.

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Title Methods of Educational Measurement
Author D. Smith
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8171698948
length vii+295p., Tables; Figures; Bibliography; 22cm.