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.

standardized test

any empirically developed examination with established reliability and validity as determined by repeated evaluation of the method and results.

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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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.
Allowing graduates of accredited dental hygiene programs to take a national standardized examination should be adequate for national licensure.
Because of this lack of validation, the adverse impact of the standardized examination on minorities could not be justified or corrected.
and Canada participate in the certification program, which requires a combination of professional experience, education, and a standardized examination.
Credentials are earned by passing a standardized examination and/or course work.
The majority of residencies claimed use of a minimum score for at least one standardized examination (ie, 90% for NBME step 1, 75% for step 2) to screen residency applicants (Table 1), though 65% stated exceptions could be made based on a recommendation from a faculty member or by rotating at their site.
The R3con solution's standardized examination also uncovers coordinated activities between employees, including communications, data transfers or sharing of external devices.
Although steps 2 and 3 may also predict success, we focused only on step 1 scores in this study, and thus, we cannot make conclusions about the other standardized examination scores.
Additionally, to assess health outcomes of toxic exposures via breast milk, it will be necessary to examine children prospectively over many years in longitudinal epidemiologic studies that use standardized examination protocols that specifically assess breast milk exposures.
In this study, results regarding ACT scores generally suggest that students who had taken some form of standardized examination for college, such as ACT, achieved better grades in college than those who had not.

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