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Reliability is analogous to what scientists call ‘replication’. A scientific experiment is regarded as reliable if it can be replicated giving the same results each time it is carried out. The extent to which an assessment task and process is deemed reliable is indicated by whether or not it would produce the same or very similar scores for the same students at different times in different places and regardless of who is marking ...

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