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Setting and Comparing Standards

Wiliam (1996: 287) defines standard setting as ‘the identification of certain points on a mark scale with particular performance standards, with the intention of enhancing the inferences that are warranted from the test scores’. The setting of standards guiding the scope and level of ability expected in the assessment of curriculum content requires expert consensus expressed in terms that enable comparability across time and across awarding bodies. It normally ...

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