standardized test

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standardized test

 [stan´dard-īzd]
a test that has already been used on a wide population of subjects; its results are not limited in application to a particular test group.
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standardized test

A test that has been developed empirically, has adequate norms, definite instructions for administration, and evidence of reliability and validity.
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The BCLTE and ICLTE are part of the Standardized Examination and Assessment for Local Treasury Service (SEAL) Program of the Department of Finance (DOF), the CSC said.
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He said the Government was endeavouring to enforce uniformed education and standardized examination systems in the province.
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Turkey changes its standardized examination for high schools and university admissions almost every year.
Therefore, our primary objective was to assess pathologic findings among nonintact, second-trimester fetal demise specimens at one institution, comparing the findings of a standardized examination by a perinatal pathologist to the findings by individual practice patterns of general surgical pathologists.
This approach will serve to familiarize PCTs with both the content and the testing procedure of the certification examination and provide them with the opportunity to practice the skills needed to take a standardized examination. This approach will also provide PCTs who have English as a second language with the ability to complete the standardized test within the allotted time frame.
Typically, the first standardized examination encountered by US allopathic medical students is the USMLE Step 1.

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