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examinee

(ĭg-zăm′ə-nē′)
n.
One that is examined.
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The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has introducedseven additional languages in the Theory Knowledge Driving Test,which enables examinees to select the option of running the text in their mother tongues.
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.
Given an examinee j's response time, RTij, to item i, a dichotomous index of item solution behaviour, SBij, is computed as
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.
Police spokesman Michalis Katsounotos said that, shortly before the exam got underway, a woman candidate told a male examinee who was also due to take the exam that she knew the topic of the essay.
of New York) introduce DIF methods for identifying whether examinee responses to particular test items or sets of test items are linked systematically to the personal characteristics of the examinees and are otherwise unrelated to the test's central construct.
An examinee needs a solid grasp of the fundamentals, a strong command of his/her area of practice, and the ability to solve the easier problems in the other areas.
Each examinee chooses any appropriate number by which each participant has designated his diagnoses at both stages of experiment under arrangement among themselves.
Figure 3a shows the virtualized 3D presentation of the visual field range of a two-eye vision (recognition of symbols and distinguishing of colours) within the front plane of the tram female driver, 160 cm tall, and Figure 3b shows visualized presentations of the visual fields within the sagital plane of a female examinee 160 cm tall and a male examinee 200 cm tall.
All A level results include the marks obtained by the examinee in each subject, as well as the grade.