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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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The identified clinical dental hygiene (DH) faculty members received a Qualtrics generated email informing them of the study purpose and design, and invited them to participate in the four parts of the online study: a pre-test, self-instructional radiographic anatomy (SIRA) module, immediate post-test, and a four-month follow-up posttest.
Students completed a pretest as well as a posttest after receiving one or more of the treatments.
There were three measurement time points: pretest, posttest 1 administered after experience 1, and posttest 2 administered after experience 2.
There is a significant differentials between pretest and posttest and in favor of post-test experimental group where the value of (T) calculated respectively (9.
Describe the relationship between posttest scores and selected characteristics of participants.
To determine if these differences were statistically significant, the scores of each posttest were then submitted to a one-way ANOVA.
There was no difference in score percentage on two of the participants' posttest compared to the pre-test.
To some extent, the pre-test and posttest mean scores obtained from first graders in Atlanta and the results of the elementary teachers' questionnaires seem to concur with the findings of the educational game theory literature, which seem to suggest that the use of game activities in formal lectures is highly effective in improving students' motivation levels (Klein & Freitag, 1991).
Specifically, the study sought to achieve the following objectives: (1) determine the pretest and the posttest scores of the metacognitive and transformative groups along the objective test and reflective essay writing, (2) determine the difference in the pretest and posttest scores of both the metacognitive and transformative groups along the objective test and reflective essay writing, and (3) determine the difference in the knowledge increment between the metacognitive and transformative groups along the objective test and reflective essay writing.
Having the students take a second, "retrospective," pretest after the posttest revealed positive results for the course not shown by traditional, pretest-posttest assessment.
Research participant 6 did not provide any comments on the posttest.