Standardized Test Vocabulary

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1. Summative assessments are used to:

2. The measure of an assessment's consistency is known as:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Challenge your mind using this interactive quiz and worksheet about standardized tests. Questions will be related to key terms and their function within standardized tests.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Topics covered in this quiz and worksheet include:

  • Measuring assessment consistency
  • Distractors
  • Summative assessments

Skills Practiced

This quiz and worksheet will assess the following skills:

  • Knowledge application - take what you've learned concerning standardized tests to answer a question about their usage
  • Making connections - recall what you have read about standardized testing in order to recognize how to measure their consistency
  • Information recall - use the information you have learned about standardized tests to understand rubrics

Additional Learning

Use the article entitled Standardized Test Vocabulary to learn more about the composition and purpose of standardized tests. Study this lesson to learn more about:

  • Common types of standardized assessments such as criterion referencing
  • Terms used when speaking about assessment assets like reliability and validity
  • Constructed response essays and other types of assessments
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