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The Myth of Achievement Tests The GED and the Role of Character in American Life

Achievement test performance in children conceived by IVF

Testing formats and the underestimation of achievement in ADHD children

Achievement Tests and the Role of Character in American Life

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DEVELOPMENT AND PEDIATRIC: LEARNING DISABILITYB-39Measuring the Academic Achievement Gap between Americans and Canadians Using the Wechsler Individual Achievement Test-Third Edition

Motor coordination, working memory, and academic achievement in a normative adolescent sample: Testing a mediation model

The influence of parental IQ and achievement on neuropsychological test performance in adolescent lead poisoning claimants

First Astronomical Fringe of a Test Correlator for the ALMA: Simultaneous Achievement of Wideband and High Resolution

Erratum: First Astronomical Fringe of a Test Correlator for the ALMA: Simultaneous Achievement of Wideband and High Resolution

Quality of Education Predicts Performance on the Wide Range Achievement Test-4th Edition Word Reading Subtest

Assessing Individual Differences in Achievement Motivation with the Implicit Association Test: Predictive Validity of a Chronometric Measure of the Self-Concept “Me = Successful”

The Stanford Achievement Test, 9th Edition: National Norming and Performance Standards for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students

Large-Scale Academic Achievement Testing of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students: Past, Present, and Future

Estimating Premorbid Functioning in Huntington's Disease: The Relationship between Disease Progression and the Wide Range Achievement Test Reading Subtest

The relationship between maternal IQ and achievement and neuropsychological test performance in low-level, early childhood lead poisoning claimants.

 

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Any test of acquired ability or skill, a typical example being a test of scholastic attainment. See also competency test. Compare ability test, aptitude test.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine — Psychology.


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