The Classification of Test Types - Coggle Diagram
The Classification of Test Types
Placement Test :check:
To decide which group or class the learner could be joined to.
Aptitude Test :check:
Teachers design this test to discover whether a student has a talent or basic ability for learning a new language or not.
Proficiency Test :check:
To check the learners' language competence.
Preliminary Test :check:
A test that take place at the beginning of a learning, often as a form of preparation.
Current Test :check:
A test that are carried out while in the learning period.
Final Test :check:
Students do this test at the end of the course to measure students’ achievement of the course objectives or goals.
Diagnostic Test :check:
A tests to know students’ strengths and weaknesses so as to be able to do something about them.
Criterion-referenced :check: test
To compare the score of an individual student to a learning standard and performance level, of other students around them.
Norm-referenced texts :check:
Measures the knowledge of the learner and compares it with the knowledge of another member of the group.
A tests that are conducted in order to assess students' abilities within a certain time limit.
A test conducted in order to assess students' abilities without a specified time limit.
Item Format Type
A psychological test that measures an individual's characterisctics independent of rater bias or the examiner's own beliefs.
Essay Test :check:
A test that requires the student to structure a rather long written response up to several paragraphs.
Computer Test :check:
Technique to assess students' knowledge, skills, or abilities to answer questions by using computer.
A testing that requires students to perform a task rather than select an answer from a ready-made list.
Written Test :check:
Technique to assess students' knowledge, skills, or abilities by responding to questions by writing on the paper.
Standardized test :check:
A test that is given to students in a very consistent manner; the questions, the time, and the way in which the test is scored is the same for all students.
A test that that allows for an assessment of an individual's abilities or performances, but doesn't allow for a fair comparison of one student to another.
Individual Test :check:
This test is done to observe individual characteristics that can be administered to only one person at a time.
Group Test :check:
This test is done to meet the practical needs that can be administered to a group of persons at a time.