Six tips to increase reliability in competence tests and exams

Posted by John Kleeman Reliability (how consistent an assessment is in measuring something) is a vital criterion on which to judge a test, exam or […]

Item Analysis for Beginners – Getting Started

Do you use assessments to make decisions about people? If so, then you should regularly run Item Analysis on your results.  Item Analysis can help […]

Item Analysis for Beginners – When are very Easy or very Difficult Questions Useful?

I’m running a session at the Questionmark user conference next month on Item Analysis for Beginners and thought I’d share the answer to an interesting […]

Develop Better Tests with Item Analysis [New eBook]

Posted by Chloe Mendonca Item Analysis is probably the most important tool for increasing test effectiveness.  In order to write items that accurately and reliably measure […]

Item analysis: Selecting items for the test form – Part 2

Posted by Austin Fossey In my last post, I talked about how item discrimination is the primary statistic used for item selection in classical test theory […]

Item analysis: Selecting items for the test form – Part 1

Regular readers of our blog know that we ran an initial series on item analysis way back in the day, and then I did a […]

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