Part of the Statistics for Social and Behavioral Sciences book series (SSBS)
Item Parameter Estimation and Item Fit Analysis
Computer-based testing (CBT), as computerized adaptive testing (CAT), is based on the availability of a large pool of calibrated test items. Usually, the calibration process consists of two stages.
KeywordsItem Response Theory Item Parameter Item Bank Item Response Theory Model Computerize Adaptive Testing
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