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Kinds of

Presented by: 1st Group
Binti Nurul W

Aris Wahyu H

Novita Tri Wulandari

M. Ridwan

Yulianto Mugiono

2. Tests and
examinations are a
classic way of
1. Test is a procedure measuring student
for critical progress and are
evaluation; a means integral to
of determining the
accountability of
presence, quality, or
schools and the
truth of something,
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Kinds of Test
1. Kinds of Tests Based on the Purpose
Formal, often psychologically based
methods of assessing candidates’
likely suitability for a job.

a test usually given to a student

entering an educational institution
to determine specific knowledge

A test, typically standardized, which

is designed to measure subject and
grade-level specific knowledge.

A diagnostic test is designed to

diagnose specified aspects of a

A test that normally conducted

before the real test is doing.
Entry Test Formative
Admission test Measures the students' grasp
(entrance test) is the of material that is currently
test that held before being taught.
a program is begun.

2. Kinds of Tests
Based on the
Pre and post test Step Summative
preferred method to compare
Measures what the
participant groups and measure
the degree of change occurring as student has
a result of treatments or learned.
Teacher-Made-Tests :
Written or oral assessments that are not
commercially produced or standardized. In the
other words, a test a teachers designs
specifically his on her students.

Standardized Test:
Assumed a prominent role in recent
efforts to improve the quality of
a. Essay
enable teachers to judge students' abilities
to organize, integrate, interpret material,
and express themselves in their own words.

4. Kinds of Test b. Short-answer

Based on Type give teachers some opportunity to
see how well students can express
of Answer their thoughts

c. Multiple-choice
used to measure both simple knowledge
and complex concepts. It can be answered
5. Kinds of Test
Based on
Norm Evaluation
Norm referenced
assessment, or 'grading
on the curve' as it is
commonly known, Criterion
places groups of referenced
students into
predetermined bands of Criterion referenced
achievements. assessment has been
widely adopted in recent
times because it seeks a
fairer and more
accountable assessment
regime than norm