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With the major use of scholastic aptitude tests in mind, choose the kind of validity that is probably most important for such tests.
 
  a. Norm-referenced validity
  b. Predictive validity
  c. Construct validity
  d. Content validity

Question 2

Scholastic aptitude tests differ from achievement tests in that they:
 
  a. measure innate ability.
  b. yield scores that can be used for a long period of time.
  c. are more heavily dependent on reading and language skills.
  d. are less likely to measure what students have learned in school.



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Answer to Question 1

b

Answer to Question 2

d






 

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