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post·test

 (pōst′tĕst′)
n.
A test given after a lesson or a period of instruction to determine what the students have learned.

posttest

(ˌpəʊstˈtɛst)
n
a test taken after a lesson, course, training, etc
adj
occurring after a test
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s (2011) study examined topographical responding following selection-based equivalence class formation at posttest only for a subset of participants.
Table 1: An example of (pre)test and posttest with model answers (Pre)test INJURY AIS CODE 1.
Regardless of the experimental condition, all groups completed the pre-and posttest.
Consequently, it was preferred that the replaced sample should not include because the backup group didn't take part in posttest phase.
Three students did not complete both the pretest and the posttest, resulting in a final sample of 189 students.
Fourthly, Levene's Test of Equality of Error Variance was carried out in order to check for the possible existence of internal differences between the different experimental and pre and posttest control group.
Having the students take a second, "retrospective," pretest after the posttest revealed positive results for the course not shown by traditional, pretest-posttest assessment.
The pretest and posttest method allows the instructor to assess students' knowledge of different portions of the course content in different sections of the same course.
Student Performance on the Financial Fitness for Life pretest and posttest.
Successfully complete the posttest with a minimum score of 80%.
First, it was hypothesized that participants would communicate with their children more at posttest than at pretest.
Pre- and posttest data were collected at the beginning of the semester and at the end of the semester.