Judge a Fish by its Ability to Swim: Standard Setting and Equating Practical Exams using Rubrics
Track: Test Development and Administration
While multiple-choice question examinations have many benefits, sometimes it is useful, if not critical, for credentialing programs to require candidates to demonstrate their skills and abilities via a practical examination. This e-poster shares methods for standard setting and equating practical examinations, and linking these practices to the NCCA standards. An example from the National Association of Legal Assistants is used to demonstrate methodology.