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Statistics and Examinations

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The world of educational testing and examinations makes contact with statistics in a number of places. I will give an overview of some of them, from the perspective of a researcher at an exam board. The talk will give particular prominence to two topics that regularly attract widespread interest: the setting and maintaining of standards; and the reliability of marking. I will also discuss the role of psychometrics (considered as a branch of applied statistics) in developing test questions and assessments; and in technologies of assessment such as computerised adaptive testing (CAT).

This talk is part of the Cambridge Statistics Discussion Group (CSDG) series.

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