The Construction of Customized Two-Stage Tests

@inproceedings{AdemaTheCO,
  title={The Construction of Customized Two-Stage Tests},
  author={Jos J. Adema}
}
  • Jos J. Adema
An idea implicit in the practice of customized testing is that each examinee takes a single (conventional) paper-and-pencil test. However, it is well known that adaptive procedures such as two-stage testing are more efficient than conventional tests. It is also known that two-stage tests, consisting of a routing test followed by a second test, can be as easily administered as paper-and-pencil tests (Lord, 1971, 1980; Fischer & Pendi, 1980). Routing tests with known item parameters can be scored… CONTINUE READING

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