Standardization

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  • A set of procedures for achieving uniformity in test administration and scoring. For test results to be comparable, it has to be ensured that testing conditions are as similar as possible. To achieve uniformity of procedure when administering a test, detailed descriptions of how a test should be adminis tered need to be given. Standardization of a psycho metric instrument encompasses guidelines for the correct administration of materials, time limits for participants when completing tasks, oral instructions given by the test administrator, directions on how to handle questions, and so on. For example, when giving instructions, the rate of speech of the test administrator needs to be considered, as well as the tone of voice, inflection, and facial expressions, among others.

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