10 Reasons Why Frequent Testing Makes Sense

Posted by John Kleeman

It matters to society, organizations and individuals that test results are trustable. Tests and exams are used to make important decisions about people and each failure of test security reduces that trustworthiness.

There are several risks to test security, but two important ones are identity fraud and getting help from others. With identity fraud, someone asks a friend to take the test for them or pays a professional cheater to take the test and pretend to be them. With getting help from others, a test-taker subverts the process and gets a friend or expert to help them with the test, feeding them the right answers. In both cases, this makes the individual test result meaningless and detracts from the value and trustworthiness of the whole assessment process.

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