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DOE-HDBK-1205-97
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A test item numbering system. The following is a list of potential test item
identifiers:
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Program
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Procedure number
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Lesson plan
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Learning objective
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Test item format
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Test item level
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Point value
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Date test item is generated
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Test item generated
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Dates test items are used on tests.
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An ongoing program for test item review, replacement, and new test items
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Sharing information with other facilities.
3.4 Selection of Test Format
There is no single test format for all situations. A format appropriate in one environment
may be less appropriate in another. Each format has its advantages and disadvantages.
Test quality depends on the quality of the learning objectives and the consistency between
these objectives and the test items. The test developer may consider the following factors
when developing tests.
Facilities Available
If time permits, the actual job environment may be used to perform the test. Ideally, training
environments are divided into "classroom," "laboratory," "simulator," and "OJT," with each
environment using the most appropriate test format.
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