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Skill Assessment Tips Carol F. Moore California State University, Hayward. Taking and Interpreting Assessments. All assessments/surveys can be found online at: http://www.prenhall.com/whetten Be sure to read the directions before starting the test

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Skill assessment tips carol f moore california state university hayward

Skill Assessment TipsCarol F. Moore California State University, Hayward


Taking and interpreting assessments

Taking and Interpreting Assessments

  • All assessments/surveys can be found online at:http://www.prenhall.com/whetten

  • Be sure to read the directions before starting the test

  • After taking the assessment/survey, you may receive different types of interpretive information

    • scores on specific test factors

    • norms (quartiles.)


Quartiles

Quartiles

  • If you are in the:

    • top quartile – you scored higher than 75% of people taking the assessment

    • second quartile – you scored higher than 50% of people taking the assessment

    • third quartile – you scored higher than 25% of people taking the assessment

    • bottom quartile – you scored in the lowest 25% of people taking the assessment


Taking and interpreting assessments1

Taking and Interpreting Assessments

  • Additional information about assessment results can be found in the textbook - don't be afraid to read ahead!

  • Remember that many assessments are simply lists of behaviors - use common sense to interpret them or ask someone you respect to rate you on the factors in the test.


Assessments and self awareness

Assessments and Self-Awareness

  • View assessments as feedback points

    • listen first,

    • then evaluate, based on:

      • interpretive material

      • consistency with other information

      • source of the assessment

      • quality of the assessment (reliability, validity.)


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