ACHIEVEMENT TEST

a norm-referenced and standardized test- the main goal of this examination is to calculate a persons existing skill level or competency in a specific topic. Many times the ?differentiation ?is made that achievement exams ?stress? ?aptitude? gained ?by means of ?official? ?educational? experiences ?or? ?proper training?, ?when ?skills? ?assessments? ?stress? ?natural? ?promise. ?Furthermore, ?to? ?their? ?employment ?in? ?scholastic? ?departments?, ?achievement? ?exams ?are? ?also used? ?for? ?a? ?multitude? ?of? ?specialist?, ?training?, ?and? ?assessment? practices.

ACHIEVEMENT TEST: "Achievement tests are used quarterly in schools across America now to assure that children are retaining the information learned and advancing throughout the year so they are prepared for the next grade level."
Cite this page: N., Pam M.S., "ACHIEVEMENT TEST," in PsychologyDictionary.org, April 7, 2013, https://psychologydictionary.org/achievement-test/ (accessed December 13, 2019).
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