Computer Adaptive Test(CAT)

Computer Adaptive Test (CAT)

  • If the examinee answers correctly, the next questions are harder. If the examinee answers incorrectly, the next questions are easier.
  • The questions are pulled from a large pool of questions and delivered depending on the student's running score.
  • These questions are regularly updated to prevent them from being compromised by students recording questions.
  • Finally the score is not calculated only on the difficult situation created by computers but also on the fact that computer catches silly mistakes by examinee’s and marks it in a peculiar way.
  • Questions left blank hurt the examinee as opposing to questions wrongly answered.
  • Each test section also includes several experimental questions, which do not count toward the examinee's score, but are included to judge the appropriateness of the item for future administrations.
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