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examinee

(ĭg-zăm′ə-nē′)
n.
One that is examined.
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Une fois examinee par la commission des finances, le bureau de l'ARP fixera une date pour l'examen de cette loi en pleniere, indique Slim Besbes.
Singh was accused of forcing a matriculation examinee at the Sharda Girdhari College centre remove his trousers to check if he was carrying any cheat-sheets at the exam hall last week, triggering a wave of protests from the student community.
The applicant can now select the preferred test language; which translates into a better and clearer understanding of driving and traffic rules which will help enhance the safety of road users as well as the examinee (after clearing the tests and obtaining the driver licence)," he added.
The Perceived Trust of examinee will positively influence the examinee's Participation Acceptance.
When time limits are ample or nonexistent, extremely rapid responding is more likely to indicate that the examinee put no effort into selecting an answer.
On the basis of the characteristic of the upper asymptote and the findings of previously mentioned studies, we hypothesized that the 4PL model would help the examinee recover from early mistakes without diminishing measurement precision and efficiency.
The sample was division in two groups of smokers; the first group consisted of 240 examinees with different period of length of smoking cigarettes and the second group consisted of 180 examinees that smoked a different number of cigarettes per day.
Their cognitive capacity is less susceptible to capacity overload during the testing process and it is likely they are better able to appropriately maximize examinee test performance.
Asked how he had come across this information, the examinee stated, within earshot of the other candidates, he had been told by the woman a few minutes before entering the exam room.
Each examinee chooses any appropriate number by which each participant has designated his diagnoses at both stages of experiment under arrangement among themselves.
In this context, an examinee interested in 'inflating' his score could try to contact people previously examined, checking if they share with him the content of the items they received.
Question Two was a typical multiple choice question which asked the examinee to fill in the missing word in the following sentence: 'I live the river.