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# NCE/LPC Exam 6

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Most intelligence tests use a __________ or average score of 100.
mean
A (n) _______________ measures information acquisition or skill mastery.
achievement test
Most _________________ given in school are paper-and-pencil tests.
intelligence tests
The most common type of _________________given in schools is a paper-and-pencil test.
standardized tests
If the test has high ___________, we can assume the test actually measures what it claims to measure.
validity
Achievement tests may be used for ____________, _______________, and remediation.
diagnosis, placement
This refers to average performance consdiering the mean, median, and mode.
central tendency
This describes what a student needs to do to attain a certain goal.
Behavioral Objective
The ratio of mental age to chronological age multiplied by 100.
Ratio IQ Score
Kuder-Richadson Formula 20 is a mathematical formula used to estimate ________________ or homogeneity.
Internal Consistency
In a sociogram, an unselected individual is referred to as this.
Isolate
This is the most frequently occurring score in a given distribution.
Mode
If scores pile up at one end of the distribution or the other, it is said to be a ___________________________.
Skewed Distribution
A normal score with a mean of 50 and a standard deviation of 10.
T-Score
These types of tests measure a person's capacity or potential in a given area.
Aptitude
A typing test is an example of a _________________ test.
Proficiency
A set of unstructured or ambiguous tasks used to assess personality is called this.
Projective Battery
___________________ refers to the extent to which measurements correlate with a particular criterion when both are measured at the same time; whereas ________________________refers to the correlation between test scores on a particular criterion and later performance on the same criterion.
Concurrent Validity
Predictive Validity
An ____________________________ is often used in career, or vocational, counseling.
Interest Inventory
This refers to an informal observation of pupil behaviors recorded by teachers in a clear and factual manner.
Anecdotal Report
The tendency for an individual's score to move closer to the mean on subsequent testing is known as this:
Regression Effect
The degree to which scores in one distribution explain scores in another distribution is referred to as _________________________.
Shared Variance
The _______________________, a common rating error, causes the rater to evaluate a subject based on an overall impression, rather than on the particular trait in question.
Halo Effect
A _____________________ of 4.2 means the student is doing as well as the average child in the second month of grade 4.
This is an ordinal measure that tells the point on the distribution before which a given percentive of individuals fall.
Percentiles
ASVAB
Aptitude
CAT
Achievement
GRE
Aptitude
Achievement
Kaufman Asessment Battery for Children
Intelligence
Kuder
Interest
Locus of Control Scales
Personality
Manchover Draw a Person Test
Personality
Metropolitan
Achievement
Miller Analogies Test
Aptitude
MMPI
Personality
Myers-Briggs
Personality
NBCC Exam
Achievement
NMHCC Exam
Achievement
Occupational Interest Survey
Interest
Otis-Lennon
Intelligence
Rorschach Inkblot Test
Personality
School and College Ability Test
Aptitude
Self Directed Search
Interest
Stanford-Binet
Intelligence
Strong-Campbell
Interest