2. It is developed to measure skills and knowledge
learned in a given grade level, usually through
Achievement test scores are often used in an
educational system to determine what level of
instruction for which a student is prepared.
5. Results are generalized and replicable.
Asses individual's mastery of a domain of
knowledge or skill.
Administered to a large group
6. Aptitude tests determine a person's ability to
learn a given set of information.
Assess logical reasoning or thinking performance.
They consist of multiple choice questions
They are strictly timed.
9. Excellent predictors
Provide ways of comparing a child's performance
Provide a profile of strengths and weaknesses
Assess differences among individuals
Uncovered hidden talents
10. Attitude is a posture, action or disposition of
a figure or a statue.
A complex mental state involving beliefs and
feelings and values and dispositions to act in
12. Intelligence test is often defined as a
measure of general mental ability.
The goal of intelligence tests is to obtain an
idea of the person's intellectual potential.
14. Measure a wide
variety of human
A uniform way of
comparing a person's
tests produce a single
Only measure a
sample of behaviors
or situations in which
intelligent behavior is
18. A questionnaire is an instrument consisting of
a series of questions and other prompts for
the purpose of gathering information from
It contains list of written questions that can
be completed in one of two basic ways:
20. The visual study of something or someone in
order to gain information or learn about
behaviour, trends, or changes.
21. Description of instructional practices.
Investigation of instructional inequities for
different groups of students.
Improvement of teachers' classroom
instruction based on feedback from
individual classroom or school profiles.
22. Data gathered can be
It helps to make
The task being observed
is subjected to types of
Some task may not be in
the manner in which
they are observed.
23. A conversation in which one person (the
interviewer) elicits information from another
It is carried out to Collect data – both
extensively and intensively and Exchanging
An interview gives you insight on what the
person you are interviewing thinks, or
appears to be thinking.
25. A rating scale is a tool used for assessing the
performance of tasks, skill levels, procedures,
processes, qualities, quantities, or end products.
Rating scale used to determine the degree to
which the child exhibits a behaviour or the quality
of that behavior; each trait is rated on a
continuum, the observer decides where the child
fits on the scale overall rating scale
26. There are two types of rating scales which
1) Numerical Rating Scales
2) Graphic Rating Scales