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SEMINAR ON
STANDERIZED TEST
(INTEREST,ACHIEVEMENT
&PERSONALITY TEST)
DEFINITION OF STANDERIZED TOOLS:
“It is defined as a systematic procedure to find
out the answer to the same question with...
TYPES OF STANDERIZED TOOLS:
•Test of intelligence
•Aptitude
•Interest
•Personality
•Achievement
•Socio economic status tes...
In Latin ,the word 'interest' means 'it concerns' or 'it matters'.
Interest is the feeling that prompts us to spontaneou...
DEFINITION:
“Interest is a feeling or emotion that causes attention to focus on
an object or an event or a process.”
OR
'A...
IMPORTANCE OF INTERESTS IN DEVELOPMENT:
•One's interest offers the best clue for finding out one's
motivation.
•Interests ...
USES:
•Interest inventories are used to assess interests
by a variety of institutions including high
schools and college a...
STRONG INTEREST INVENTORY
The Strong Interest Inventory (SII) is an interest inventory use in
career assessment.
For ap...
THE RESULT INCLUDES:
•Scores on the level of the interest on each of six Holland codes or
general occupation themes.
•Scor...
LASSI (LEARNING AND STUDY STRATEGIES
INVENTORY)
The LASSI is a 80-item assessment of students'
awareness about and use of ...
Anxiety Scale —Measures how tense or concerned a student is when approaching
a task—a student feels panicky or globalizes ...
Self Testing —Measures a student’s ability to test her own level of understanding
Selecting Main Ideas —Measures how well ...
SELF-DIRECTED SEARCH
The SDS is a guide to educational and career planning. It was
first developed by Dr. John Holland in ...
Realistic (R) people like realistic careers such as auto mechanic,
aircraft controller, surveyor, electrician, and farmer....
Artistic (A) people like artistic careers such as composer, musician,
stage director, dancer, interior decorator, actor, a...
Enterprising (E) people like enterprising careers such as buyer, sports
promoter, television producer, business executive,...
MEASUREMENT
OF
PERSONALITY
PERSONALITY
The word "personality" originates from
the Latin persona, which means mask.
"Personality" can be defined as ...
Measurement of Personality
Projected techniques
Personality inventories
Observation
•Observational skills play an important part
in most assessment procedures.
Sometimes the things that we observe
confirm t...
Informal observations are primarily
qualitative.
The clinician observes the environment in
person's behavior and
which i...
Projective test is a personality test designed to let a person
respond to ambiguous stimuli, presumably revealing
hidden e...
Thematic Apperception Test
TAT was developed by Henry Murray, a
psychologist at Harvard (1938).
Its adherents claim tha...
Procedure
The TAT is popularly known as the picture interpretation
technique because it uses a standard series of provocat...
RORSCHACH TEST
The test takes its name from that of its creator, Swiss
psychologist Hermann Rorschach (in 1922).
The Rorsc...
Goals of Rorschach test
The general goal of the test is to provide data
about cognition and personality variables such as ...
There are ten official inkblots,
each printed on a separate white
card, approximately 18x24 cm in
size. Each of the blots...
AREAS OF TAT:
Family relationship
Motivation
Inner fantasy
Level of aspiration
Social relationship
Feeling of sexurge
WORD ASSOCIATION TEST:
When the subject gives a quick response word. He is
taking unaware of and his and his unconsciousne...
A number of incomplete sentence are given and the
subject is required to complete them.
Eg: Often I feel I am…………
The subj...
PERSONALITY INVENTORIES
A personality inventory is an assessment tool used
to determine which of these personality types a...
Bell Adjustment Inventory
The well known and widely used personality inventory is the Bell’s adjustment
Inventory which me...
Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory(MMPI)
The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI-2; MMPI-A)
is a w...
Number Abbreviation Description What is measured No. of items
1 Hs Hypochondriasis Concern with bodily symptoms 32
2 D Dep...
ACHIEVEMENT TEST
DEFINITION:
Teachers depend upon the achievement tests for
measuring the progress of students. Greenland ...
CHARACTERISTICS OF ACHIEVEMENT TEST:
•It is based on learner’s ability.
•It shows objectivity of individual performers.
•T...
FUNCTIONS:
•It provides the basis in the promotion of the next grade.
•It finds out where each student stands in various
a...
Step: 1 formulates the objective:
Starting the objectives in terms of achievement to be verified.
•Spelling out the action...
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  1. 1. SEMINAR ON STANDERIZED TEST (INTEREST,ACHIEVEMENT &PERSONALITY TEST)
  2. 2. DEFINITION OF STANDERIZED TOOLS: “It is defined as a systematic procedure to find out the answer to the same question with uniformity direction, time limit and performance should observed one to one and compare the result is known as scandalized test.”
  3. 3. TYPES OF STANDERIZED TOOLS: •Test of intelligence •Aptitude •Interest •Personality •Achievement •Socio economic status test for special mental and physical abilities •Test for scoring •Item analysis
  4. 4. In Latin ,the word 'interest' means 'it concerns' or 'it matters'. Interest is the feeling that prompts us to spontaneous activity. Once interests is aroused in studies, games, literature and good conduct, the child will consider no sacrifice and effort too great to attain proficiency . Introduction
  5. 5. DEFINITION: “Interest is a feeling or emotion that causes attention to focus on an object or an event or a process.” OR 'An interest is a tendency to become absorbed in an experience and to continue it.’ OR “A state of curiosity or concern about or attention to something”
  6. 6. IMPORTANCE OF INTERESTS IN DEVELOPMENT: •One's interest offers the best clue for finding out one's motivation. •Interests in painting or music in adulthood, usually originate during childhood. •A girl who is the interested in matters of health or in the functioning of human body may aspire to be a nurse or doctor when she grows up, while a boy who has strong interest in sports may want to become an athletic coach
  7. 7. USES: •Interest inventories are used to assess interests by a variety of institutions including high schools and college advising officers, social service agencies, employment agencies, consultations firms and community organizations.
  8. 8. STRONG INTEREST INVENTORY The Strong Interest Inventory (SII) is an interest inventory use in career assessment. For appropriate carrier opportunities. The test was develop in 1927 by psychologist E. K.Strong,jr. to help the people existing the military find suitable jobs The test will be typically being taken in the 25 minutes after which the result must be scored by the computer. After scoring an individual can than view how their personal interests compare with the interests of people in specific career field.
  9. 9. THE RESULT INCLUDES: •Scores on the level of the interest on each of six Holland codes or general occupation themes. •Scores on 30 basic interest scales (eg; art, science, and public speaking) •Scores on 244 occupational scales which indicates the similarity between the respondents and interest and those of people working in122 occupations. •Scores on 5 personal style scales (learning working, leadership, risk taking and team orientation). •Scores on 3 administrative scale used to identify a test errors on usually prfiles
  10. 10. LASSI (LEARNING AND STUDY STRATEGIES INVENTORY) The LASSI is a 80-item assessment of students' awareness about and use of learning and study strategies related to skill, will and self-regulation components of strategic learning.
  11. 11. Anxiety Scale —Measures how tense or concerned a student is when approaching a task—a student feels panicky or globalizes the effects of an exam. LEARN to break larger tasks down in to smaller, more manageable tasks. Attitude Scale —Measures general motivation for succeeding in school. FOCUS on higher level goal setting and reassess how school fits in to the bigger picture. Concentration —Measures a students ability to focus (when studying and listening) and not being distracted. Information Processing —Measures a student’s ability to learn by the use of elaboration, creativity, and organization strategies. Motivation —Measures a student’s general motivation to perform specific tasks related to achieving success and the degree to which he accepts responsibility for daily tasks. SET goals to accomplish specific tasks.
  12. 12. Self Testing —Measures a student’s ability to test her own level of understanding Selecting Main Ideas —Measures how well a student can identify important material. DEVELOP skills on how to separate out critical information by asking “What is really being asked?” or “What is the author or my professor really trying to say?” Study Aids —Assesses student’s use of resources to help him learn or retain information. Time Management —Measures a student’s ability to apply time management principles to academic situations. REFLECT on your behavior, your various energy levels, and procrastination by making a clear time management plan. Test Strategies —Assesses a student’s use of test preparation and test taking strategies
  13. 13. SELF-DIRECTED SEARCH The SDS is a guide to educational and career planning. It was first developed by Dr. John Holland in 1971 and subsequently has been revised three times. The SDS is the most widely used interest inventory in the world. The test takes just 20-30 minutes to complete Groups It is based upon the theory that people can be loosely classified into six different groups: Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, and Conventional (RIASEC)
  14. 14. Realistic (R) people like realistic careers such as auto mechanic, aircraft controller, surveyor, electrician, and farmer. The R type usually has mechanical and athletic abilities, and likes to work outdoors and with tools and machines.. Investigative (I) people like investigative careers such as biologist, chemist, physicist, geologist, anthropologist, laboratory assistant, and medical technician. The I type usually has math and science abilities, and likes to work alone and to solve problems.
  15. 15. Artistic (A) people like artistic careers such as composer, musician, stage director, dancer, interior decorator, actor, and writer. The A type usually has artistic skills, enjoys creating original work, and has a good imagination. The A type generally likes to work with creative ideas and self- expression more than routines and rules. Social (S) people like social careers such as teacher, speech therapist, religious worker, counselor, clinical psychologist, and nurse. The S type generally likes to help, teach, and counsel people more than engage in mechanical or technical activity. .
  16. 16. Enterprising (E) people like enterprising careers such as buyer, sports promoter, television producer, business executive, salesperson, travel agent, supervisor, and manager. The E type usually has leadership and public speaking abilities, is interested in money and politics, and likes to influence people. Conventional (C) people like conventional careers such as bookkeeper, financial analyst, banker, tax expert, secretary, and radio dispatcher. The C type has clerical and math abilities, likes to work indoors and to organize thing.
  17. 17. MEASUREMENT OF PERSONALITY
  18. 18. PERSONALITY The word "personality" originates from the Latin persona, which means mask. "Personality" can be defined as an organized set of characteristics possessed by a person that uniquely influences his or her cognitions, emotions, interpersonal orientations motivations, and behaviors in various situations Personality is the particular combination of emotional, attitudinal, and behavioral response patterns of an individual
  19. 19. Measurement of Personality Projected techniques Personality inventories Observation
  20. 20. •Observational skills play an important part in most assessment procedures. Sometimes the things that we observe confirm the person's self-report, and at other times the person's overt behavior appears to be at odds with what he or she says. •Observational procedures may be either in formal or formal. OBSERVATION
  21. 21. Informal observations are primarily qualitative. The clinician observes the environment in person's behavior and which it occurs without attempting to record the frequency or intensity of specific responses.
  22. 22. Projective test is a personality test designed to let a person respond to ambiguous stimuli, presumably revealing hidden emotions and internal conflicts. Thematic Apperception Test(TAT) Sentence completion test Rorschach test Word association test Mayer’s brigys personality test PROJECTEDTECHNIQUES
  23. 23. Thematic Apperception Test TAT was developed by Henry Murray, a psychologist at Harvard (1938). Its adherents claim that it taps a subject's unconscious to reveal repressed aspects of personality, motives and needs for achievement, power andinti macy, and problem-solving abilities. There are 31 cards in the standard form of the TAT
  24. 24. Procedure The TAT is popularly known as the picture interpretation technique because it uses a standard series of provocative yet ambiguous pictures about which the subject must a story. The subject is asked to tell as dramatic a story as they can for each picture presented, including: •What has led up to the event shown? •What is happening at the moment? •What the characters are feeling and thinking? •What the outcome of the story was?
  25. 25. RORSCHACH TEST The test takes its name from that of its creator, Swiss psychologist Hermann Rorschach (in 1922). The Rorschach test (also known as Inkblot test) is a psychological test in which subjects' perceptions of inkblots are recorded and then analyzed using psychological interpretation, complex scientifically derived algorithms, or both. It has been employed to detect an underlying thought disorder, especially in cases where patients are reluctant to describe their thinking processes openly.
  26. 26. Goals of Rorschach test The general goal of the test is to provide data about cognition and personality variables such as motivations, response tendencies, cognitive operations, affectivity, and personal/interpersonal perceptions.
  27. 27. There are ten official inkblots, each printed on a separate white card, approximately 18x24 cm in size. Each of the blots has near perfect bilateral symmetry. Five inkblots are of black ink, two are of black and red ink and three are multicoloured, on a white background.
  28. 28. AREAS OF TAT: Family relationship Motivation Inner fantasy Level of aspiration Social relationship Feeling of sexurge
  29. 29. WORD ASSOCIATION TEST: When the subject gives a quick response word. He is taking unaware of and his and his unconsciousness. Process directs his association. Here the has to answer as quickly as possible with the first word which comes to his mind when he is given stimulus word.
  30. 30. A number of incomplete sentence are given and the subject is required to complete them. Eg: Often I feel I am………… The subject is required to complete the sentence as he or she feels to response. SENTENCE COMPLETION TEST
  31. 31. PERSONALITY INVENTORIES A personality inventory is an assessment tool used to determine which of these personality types a person falls into. It is used as part of a self assessment done for career planning purposes.
  32. 32. Bell Adjustment Inventory The well known and widely used personality inventory is the Bell’s adjustment Inventory which measures four areas of adjustment home, health, social, emotional, separately as well as composite scores. Total numbers of items are 80. Do you have many headaches? Is your mother the dominant member of the family? Have you ever felt that someone was hypnotizing you and making you act against your will? Do you embarrassed when you have to enter a public assembly after everyone else has been seated? Do you feel there has been a lack of real affection and love in your home? Do you day dream frequently?
  33. 33. Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory(MMPI) The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI-2; MMPI-A) is a written psychological assessment, or test, used to diagnose mental disorders. It was developed by J.C.McKinley & S.R. Hathway. It consists of 556 statements. The subject has to classify the statements into 3 categories--YES, NO, CANNOT SAY. It is one of the most frequently used personality tests in mental health
  34. 34. Number Abbreviation Description What is measured No. of items 1 Hs Hypochondriasis Concern with bodily symptoms 32 2 D Depression Depressive Symptoms 57 3 Hy Hysteria Awareness of problems and vulnerabilities 60 4 Pd Psychopathic Deviate Conflict, struggle, anger, respect for society's rules 50 5 MF Masculinity/ Femininity Stereotypical masculine or feminine interests/behaviors 56 6 Pa Paranoia Level of trust, suspiciousness, sensitivity 40 7 Pt Psychasthenia Worry, Anxiety, tension, doubts, obsessiveness 48 8 Sc Schizophrenia Odd thinking and social alienation 78 9 Ma Hypomania Level of excitability 46 10 Si Social Introversion People orientation 69
  35. 35. ACHIEVEMENT TEST DEFINITION: Teachers depend upon the achievement tests for measuring the progress of students. Greenland defines an achievement test as “a systematic procedure for determining the amount a student has learned through the instruction.” Popham believes that “the achievement test focuses upon an examinee’s at the given point time. The type of ability test that describes what person has learned to do. Thorndike and hagen.)
  36. 36. CHARACTERISTICS OF ACHIEVEMENT TEST: •It is based on learner’s ability. •It shows objectivity of individual performers. •To identify the teaching and learning process problems and prognosis. •It produced evidence of improvement. •Achievement test are developed to identify individuals abilities with supporting events.
  37. 37. FUNCTIONS: •It provides the basis in the promotion of the next grade. •It finds out where each student stands in various academic areas. •It helps determination about the placement of the student in particular. •To motivate the student by a new assignment taken up.
  38. 38. Step: 1 formulates the objective: Starting the objectives in terms of achievement to be verified. •Spelling out the actions. Step:2 determining the purpose of testing: •Determine the test specification •Select a appropriate type of questions(teacher responsible) •Preparing the relevant (test) items. •Assembling the test •Writing the test items •Arranging the test items •Give the instruction how to attain the questions. •Administering the test •Scoring the test should be done objectively. •Appraising the test or item analysis (eg. Which question in attaining mostly)

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