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Demonstrate that you understand the difference between achievement and intelligence, as the words are used in psychological assessment, by writing two test items (test questions).

(a) Show an example of an item that could be on an achievement test. Explain why it's an achievement item and would not be appropriate for an intelligence test.

(b) Give an example of an item that could be on an intelligence test. Explain why it's an intelligence item and would not be appropriate for an achievement test.
Don't just describe the items. Actually write two test items

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Hi, My name is Ms. Hartman and I am happy to help you today.

Step 1 define intelligence and define achievement. I gave you some samples questions but you can use the definitions in your book.
Step 2 review the sample questions I provided.

Summary: Keep in mind that all test must meet a certain criteria. For example, all tests need to be fair, unbiased, valid, and reliable. When yo think of achievement tests think of k-12 school tests. Students need to pass state standards in the US to move from grade to grade or graduate. Think of intelligence tests as a measure of how well a person can perform a task or answer a question. The questions should be general for all people.

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Demonstrate that you understand the difference between achievement and intelligence, as the words are used in psychological assessment, by writing two test items (test questions).

(a) Show an example of an item that could be on an achievement test. Explain why it's an achievement item and would not be appropriate for an intelligence test.

(b) Give an example of an item that could be on an intelligence test. Explain why it's an intelligence item and would not be appropriate for an achievement test.
Don't just describe the items. Actually write two test items

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