Aptitude Assessment Evaluation
Unit 5 Assignment: Achievement and Aptitude Assessment Evaluation Select an existing Achievement or Aptitude Test and discuss the possible sources of error that may be inherent in this instrument. Explain why some sources of error are likely to be larger than others for your selected test. Along with the text, and the two articles listed below, locate an additional two scholarly journal articles related to your selected inventory. (5 total references) The Roach article below is accessible through the links listed, and the Barrett article is available in Course Resources. Respond to the corresponding topics in an essay format; summarize the salient validity issues in each article. Roach, R. (2014). Teaching to the Test. Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, 31(3), 32. Retrieved from https://search-ebscohost-com.libauth.purdueglobal.edu/login.aspx?direct=true&db=f5h&AN=96357911&site=eds-live Describe how standardized test for college admission has become a controversial issue. Discuss the issues with the education systems reliance on the No Child Left Behind Act and how it has come under criticism. Barrett, J. (2011). The Aptitude Test Workbook?: Discover Your Potential and Improve Your Career Options with Practice Psychometric Tests (Vol. 2nd ed). London: Kogan Page. Discuss why it is important to explore a candidates abilities and true potential. Review the advantages of a client/student learning about their strengths and weaknesses can be helpful in their future goals Note: Find a test measuring a construct for Achievement or Aptitude assessment; do not purchase a review of any test. You will use the websites to look up the name and brief description of a test and then conduct further research on your own about this test. The assignment should include the following: Follow assignment directions (review grading rubric for best results). Use correct APA formatting per the current edition of the APA Publication Manual. Demonstrate college-level communication through the composition of original materials in Standard English. Be written in Standard English and be clear, specific, and error-free. If needed, be sure to use the Writing Center for help. Be a minimum of seven pages (not including Title Page and Reference List).