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jMetrik is a working laptop or computer software for imposing classical and glossy psychometric equipment. it's designed to facilitate paintings in a creation setting and to make complicated psychometric strategies obtainable to each dimension practitioner. Applied size with jMetrik reviews psychometric conception and describes how you can use jMetrik to behavior a accomplished psychometric research. each one bankruptcy specializes in an issue in dimension, describes the stairs for utilizing jMetrik, and gives a number of examples of undertaking an research at the subject. suggestions and suggestions for perform is supplied through the book.

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Dev. Provide the new scale minimum and maximum values in the respective text fields of the Constraints panel. This information will produce the second type of linear transformation described earlier. Note that the Linear Transformation dialog allows you to transform any numeric variable, not just those you might use for test scaling. g. a test score or some other numeric variable), the linear transformation follows the conventions described in this chapter. 3). This dialog provides options for creating ranks, rank-based groups, and normal scores.

You cannot undo this action. The second option for subsetting variables is safer and does not affect the original table in jMetrik. You can create a new table that contains a subset of variables from the original table. Select the table that contains the variables of interest. Click Manage  Subset Variables to display the Variable Subset dialog. Choose the variable you would like to have included in the new table. Type a name for the new table in the New Table Name text field, and press the OK button.

Calculators). These groups included classroom teachers, curriculum specialists, business leaders, and other Virginia educators. g. Fail/Below Basic, Fail/Basic, Pass/Proficient, and Pass/Advanced). These scores are interpreted in the context of the SOL content domain. Licensure and certification exams are other examples of criterionreferenced tests. These tests help protect the public by ensuring that examinees who pass the tests demonstrate a level of competency that is minimally acceptable for practice.

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