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Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice

2012 Volume 31, Number 4

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Evaluating the Comparability of Paper- and Computer-Based Science Tests across Sex and SES Subgroups

    Jennifer Randall, Stephen Sireci, Xueming Li & Leah Kaira

    As access and reliance on technology continue to increase, so does the use of computerized testing for admissions, licensure/certification, and accountability exams. Nonetheless, full computer... More

    pp. 2-12

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  2. Comments on Neil Dorans's NCME Career Award Address: The Contestant Perspective on Taking Tests--Emanations from the Statue within

    Mary Pommerich

    Neil Dorans has made a career of advocating for the examinee. He continues to do so in his NCME career award address, providing a thought-provoking commentary on some current trends in educational ... More

    pp. 40-44

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