The reliability of a reading test for fourth-grade pupils is reported to be .90. From this information one can determine:
a. the extent to which each pupil will maintain his or her position in the group if an equivalent test is given.
b. how many points pupils are likely to change, on the average, if an equivalent test is given.
c. the degree to which the test is measuring the important aspects of reading.
d. the extent to which the test is related to other significant factors in the individual.

The reliability of a reading test for fourth-grade pupils is reported to be .90. From this information one can determine:
a. the extent to which each pupil will maintain his or her position in the group if an equivalent test is given.
b. how many points pupils are likely to change, on the average, if an equivalent test is given.
c. the degree to which the test is measuring the important aspects of reading.
d. the extent to which the test is related to other significant factors in the individual.

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From this information one can determine: a. the extent to which each pupil will maintain his or her position in the group if an equivalent test is given.

The reliability of a reading test for fourth-grade pupils is reported to be .90. From this information one can determine: a. the extent to which each pupil will maintain his or her position in the group if an equivalent test is given. b. how many points pupils are likely to change, on the average, if an equivalent test is given. c. the degree to which the test is measuring the important aspects of reading. d. the extent to which the test is related to other significant factors in the individual.

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