TEST, REGISTRATION, AND
MECHANICAL DEVICES
BY: SHIREDIL LOIS RABANEZ
DAVID BANAG
BSCS-3A
TEST
• Specific type of measuring instrument whose
general characteristic is that, it forces
response from a pupil and the...
Classification of Test for Research
Purpose
A. According to Standardization
1. Standard Test – content has been
selected a...
2. Non-Standard Test – usually prepared by
teachers to measure the achievements of their
students or pupils in the subject...
Classification of Test for Research
Purpose
B. According to Function
1. Psychological Test – measures an
individual’s abil...
1. Psychological Test
b. Aptitude Test – used to indicate a
person’s potential ability or performance in a
certain type of...
Types of Personality Test
• Rating Scale – used in evaluating
products, attitudes or other characteristics of
instructors ...
• Projective Test – used to measure an
individual’s personality, in which stimulus is
usually unstructured and produces re...
1. Psychological Test
d. Vocational and Professional Interest Inventory
– used to determine the likes and dislikes relate
...
B. According to Function
2. Educational Test – measure person’s
knowledge, skill, ability, understanding and
other outcome...
Characteristics of Test
• Validity – how accurate a test measures what
it aims to measure.
a. Test items are taken from th...
• Reliability – test that gives the same
measurement to the same individuals or groups.
a. Adequacy – test is long enough ...
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Research method report

  1. 1. TEST, REGISTRATION, AND MECHANICAL DEVICES BY: SHIREDIL LOIS RABANEZ DAVID BANAG BSCS-3A
  2. 2. TEST • Specific type of measuring instrument whose general characteristic is that, it forces response from a pupil and the responses are indications of pupil’s skill, knowledge, attitude etc. (e.g true or false test, essay exam, attitude scales, short answer test, midterms, finals, personality inventory etc.) (Bradfield and moredock , p. 44)
  3. 3. Classification of Test for Research Purpose A. According to Standardization 1. Standard Test – content has been selected and checked empirically, norms have been established, for which uniform methods of administration and scoring have been developed, and which may be scored with high degree of objectivity. (Good, p.565) Ex. Intelligence Test, Aptitude Test, Interest Inventories
  4. 4. 2. Non-Standard Test – usually prepared by teachers to measure the achievements of their students or pupils in the subjects they are teaching for marking and promotion purposes. Ex. Teacher made test, True or False Test, Essay Test, Fill in the Blanks, Multiple Choice, Matching etc.
  5. 5. Classification of Test for Research Purpose B. According to Function 1. Psychological Test – measures an individual’s ability or personality as developed by general experience. a. Intelligence test – made of parts that correlate well with some practical measure of intellectual ability, such as success in school (I.Q Test)and it measures great mental ability.
  6. 6. 1. Psychological Test b. Aptitude Test – used to indicate a person’s potential ability or performance in a certain type of activity. This measures special talent or ability. c. Personality Test – measure some aspect of an individual’s personality.
  7. 7. Types of Personality Test • Rating Scale – used in evaluating products, attitudes or other characteristics of instructors or learners. (Evaluation chart is a common form) • Personality Inventory – determining an individual’s personal characteristics such as emotional adjustment or tendencies towards introversion or extroversion. This measures, dominance or submissiveness
  8. 8. • Projective Test – used to measure an individual’s personality, in which stimulus is usually unstructured and produces responses reflecting person’s individuality. Ex. Rorschach Test
  9. 9. 1. Psychological Test d. Vocational and Professional Interest Inventory – used to determine the likes and dislikes relate to a given vocation or profession. This test reveals in what type of work a person is interested in.
  10. 10. B. According to Function 2. Educational Test – measure person’s knowledge, skill, ability, understanding and other outcomes in subjects taught in school. Ex. Achievement Test.
  11. 11. Characteristics of Test • Validity – how accurate a test measures what it aims to measure. a. Test items are taken from the subject of the test. b. It must correlate highly with a similar test of already known validity c. It must be able to predict performance of individuals in a subject which the test is being made. d. Test must be able to place an individual to which he really belongs.
  12. 12. • Reliability – test that gives the same measurement to the same individuals or groups. a. Adequacy – test is long enough to contain properly selected representative items of behavior or knowledge to be measured. b. Objectivity – a test paper will give the same score no matter who will score it, or scored by same person at different times. c. Procedure in administering the test must be the samewhenever the test is given.

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