achievement test


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achievement test

n
(Psychology) psychol a test designed to measure the effects that learning and teaching have on individuals
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Results of the science achievement test also confirm their poor level of understandings.
Individual differences in both fraction arithmetic and mathematics achievement test scores were predicted by differences in fraction magnitude knowledge and whole number division, even after the contributions of reading achievement and executive functioning were statistically controlled.
Will there be a significant improvement in the achievement test scores of underachieving, chronically misbehaving students when the instruction is congruent with their environmental, physiological, and emotional learning-style preferences compared to when the instruction is presented traditionally?
An achievement test in chemistry might in part require mathematical training or arithmetic skill and in part require knowledge of nonmathematical facts" (p.
An experimental analysis of selected teaching strategies implemented at specific times of the school day and their effects on the social studies achievement test scores and attitudes of fourth-grade, low-achieving students in an urban school setting (Doctoral dissertation, St.
A major goal of achievement test writers is to spread pupils out from high to low or from the ninetieth percentile to the first percentile.
In order to identify the differences among the groups, biology achievement test was used as pre- and post test.

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