Standardized Test

A standardized test refers to a test that follows the same pattern and is uniformly given to each student. The main aim of standardized tests is to ensure uniformity at every level. Thus, making the test preparation easy. A standard test allows easy comparison of each student and their achievement in schools.

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A standardized test includes the multiple-choice format, a mix of true and false, short answer equations, and long answer questions. The marks weightage of the four patterns is generally equal. 

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A standardized test is related to the idea of a one-size-fits-all test pattern. Thus, in the leading age of technology, online programs are also adopting standardized tests because it is easier to administer online. This helps students and teachers alike.

A standardized test makes the test pattern more precise and takes less time for the teachers to assess; also, the test result is more accurate in terms of students’ learning needs than traditional test assessment methods. 

This test is considered an objective and appropriate method and reduces the potential of bias or subjective evaluation. A standard test has been proven as a trusted test measure globally. 

For example, the highest globally acclaimed standardized tests are IELTS, TOEFL, and GRE. 

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