The Impact of the Errors of Equating and Errors of Measurement on the Reported Scores

The Impact of the Errors of Equating and Errors of Measurement on the Reported Scores

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Methodology exists for computing the indices of two sources (errors of measurement and equating) of instability, separately. In this research, a way of combining both sources of instability conditional on the true ability (theta) of a test-taker is developed and applied to the 2005 AP English Language and Composition test. The findings indicate that the majority of the impact is due to errors of measurement and the errors of equating contribution are minimal.Instruments Operational data for the English Language and Composition Subject Test of the Advanced Placement (AP) Examinations were provided by ... The first part is a multiple-choice section and the second part is a free-response section.


Title:The Impact of the Errors of Equating and Errors of Measurement on the Reported Scores
Author: Michael Mekhael
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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