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International Guidelines for Test Use

International Guidelines for Test Use Developed by the International Test Commission (ITC), the International Guidelines for Test Use are a set of guidelines that provide an international view on areas of consensus on what constitutes "good practice" in test use, without being prescriptive about how these guidelines should be implemented by national professional psychological associations and other organizations associated with testing. In addition to key competencies (including knowledge, skills, and other personal and contextual factors) needed for responsible test use, the Guidelines also address issues of professional and ethical standards in testing; rights of the test taker and other parties involved in the testing process; choice and evaluation of alternative tests; test administration, scoring, interpretation, report writing and feedback. Appendixes cover guidelines for an outline policy on testing; guidelines for developing contracts between parties involved in the testing process; and points to consider when making arrangements for testing people with disabilities or impairments. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Testing Taylor & Francis

International Guidelines for Test Use

International Guidelines for Test Use

International Journal of Testing , Volume 1 (2): 22 – Jun 1, 2001

Abstract

Developed by the International Test Commission (ITC), the International Guidelines for Test Use are a set of guidelines that provide an international view on areas of consensus on what constitutes "good practice" in test use, without being prescriptive about how these guidelines should be implemented by national professional psychological associations and other organizations associated with testing. In addition to key competencies (including knowledge, skills, and other personal and contextual factors) needed for responsible test use, the Guidelines also address issues of professional and ethical standards in testing; rights of the test taker and other parties involved in the testing process; choice and evaluation of alternative tests; test administration, scoring, interpretation, report writing and feedback. Appendixes cover guidelines for an outline policy on testing; guidelines for developing contracts between parties involved in the testing process; and points to consider when making arrangements for testing people with disabilities or impairments.

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Publisher
Taylor & Francis
Copyright
Copyright Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
ISSN
1532-7574
eISSN
1530-5058
DOI
10.1207/S15327574IJT0102_1
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Abstract

Developed by the International Test Commission (ITC), the International Guidelines for Test Use are a set of guidelines that provide an international view on areas of consensus on what constitutes "good practice" in test use, without being prescriptive about how these guidelines should be implemented by national professional psychological associations and other organizations associated with testing. In addition to key competencies (including knowledge, skills, and other personal and contextual factors) needed for responsible test use, the Guidelines also address issues of professional and ethical standards in testing; rights of the test taker and other parties involved in the testing process; choice and evaluation of alternative tests; test administration, scoring, interpretation, report writing and feedback. Appendixes cover guidelines for an outline policy on testing; guidelines for developing contracts between parties involved in the testing process; and points to consider when making arrangements for testing people with disabilities or impairments.

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International Journal of TestingTaylor & Francis

Published: Jun 1, 2001

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