A Balancing Act: Common Items Nonequivalent Groups (CING) Equating Item Selection. Tia Sukin Jennifer Dunn Wonsuk Kim Robert Keller July 24, 2009. Background. Equating using a CING design requires the creation of an anchor set
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July 24, 2009
5 Methods of Anchor Set Construction
(2 States, 3 Grades)
Item Variance Component