For example : A GE score of six attained by a third- grader on a math test does not mean that the third-grader can do sixth-grade math. It is more accurate to say that this student can do third-grade math as well as an average six-grader can do third- grade math, although even this explanation is not strictly ... More important, however, is the fact that GE scores do not comprise an equal-interval scale.

Title | : | Review Journal of Philosophy & Social Science |

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Publisher | : | - 1978 |

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