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Teaching Test-Taking Skills

Teaching Test-Taking Skills

This book aims to improve the validity of the test. It makes scores more accurately reflect what students really know by making sure that students lose points only because they do not know the information. Teachers can focus on whether poor performance reflects students’ low levels of knowledge, or merely poor skills in applying what they know to tests. Test-taking skills training teaches general concepts about the test format or other conditions of testing, not specific items on the test.

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