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ASSESSMENT TOOL CRITIQUE FORM

GENERAL INFORMATION
Title of Tool
Author

Time Required
to administer the test
Materials Required

Cost
TEST DESCRIPTION
Purpose of the Test

Target Population

Domains Measured
Item Description
PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT
Ease of administration
Clarity of directions
Scoring & Interpretation

Examiner qualifications & training


PSYCHOMETRIC PROPERTIES
Validity

t-drill test, sprint 180 degree, sprint 4x5

GORAN SPORIS, IGOR JUKIC, LUKA MILANOVIC,


AND VLATKO VUCETIC Faculty of Kinesiology,
University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia
3 hours, from 10 AM to 1 PM

Stop watch

Measuring tape

Cone

Paper

Ballpen

to evaluate the reliability and factorial validity


of
agility tests used in soccer. The second purpose
was to
compare the validity of different tests and
evaluate the agility of soccer players, whereas
the third was to determine the positional
differences between attackers, defenders, and
midfielders in all 6 agility tests
Elite, soccer players, member of the First Junior
League Team, volunteered to participate in the
study.
Agility
If an item was fulfilled, it was rated as 1; if an
item was not fulfilled, it was rated as 0; and if an
item was not applicable, it was rated as N/A.
The assessor must be aware of safety issues during
mobility in individuals with stroke.
A score of < 9.5 was considered excellent quality,
a score of 9.5 to 10.5 was good quality, and a
score of 10.5 to 11.5 was average quality. And a
score > 11.5 was poor quality.
Moderate training is required

Test validity refers to the degree to which the test


actually measures what it claims to measure and
the extent to which inferences, conclusions, and
decisions made on the basis of test scores are
appropriate and meaningful. This test provides a

means to monitor the effect of training on the


athlete's physical development.

Reliability

Responsiveness
OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
Culture-Fair Evaluation
Disability-Fair Evaluation

Strengths
Weaknesses

Reliability is greatly improved if timing gates are


used. Also weather conditions and running surface
can affect the results, and these conditions should
be recorded with the results. If possible, set up the
track with a crosswind to minimize the effect of
wind.
the type of surface that is used should be consistent
to ensure good test-retest reliability

Ensure that the subjects face forwards when shuffling and


do not cross the feet over one another. For safety, a spotter
should be positioned a few meters behind cone A to catch
players in case they fall while running backward through the
finish.
This is a simple agility test to perform, requiring
limited equipment and space.
Only one person can perform the test at a time.

REFERENCES:

Sporis, G., Jukic, I., Milanovic, L., & Vucetic, V. (2010). Reliability and Factorial Validity of
Agility Tests for Soccer Players: Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 24(3), 679
686. http://doi.org/10.1519/JSC.0b013e3181c4d324 Retrieved: September 25, 2015