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This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
In norm-referenced testing, test tasks are presented under standard conditions so that the student's performance can be compared to the performance of the norm group.

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Question 2.
Preparing a student psychologically for testing is called coaching.

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Question 3.
The testing room should be located near popular school activities such as music and physical education.

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Question 4.
The ceiling is the point in the test when it can be assumed the student would receive no credit for any of the more difficult items.

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Question 5.
The basal is the set of test questions used to teach students how to do test tasks.

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Question 6.
If test standard scores are distributed with a mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 15, a standard score of 85 indicates performance one standard deviation below the mean.

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Question 7.
When a student earns a percentile rank score of 95, this result means that 95% of the test questions were answered correctly.

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Question 8.
Computers are best used in assessment to administer IQ and achievement tests.

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Question 9.
If standard scores are normally distributed with a mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 15, a standard score of 110 would fall within the average range of performance.

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Question 10.
When testing procedures are modified to study the student's performance under non-standard administration conditions, the results are called alternate scores.

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