Computerized tests may better measure reasoning skills

10/4/2007 | eSchool News (free registration)

Critical problem-solving and information-analysis skills that cannot be easily measured on traditional pencil-and-paper exams may be revived through computerized tests, according to a National Center for Education Statistics report. However, widespread use of such exams may be hampered by insufficient infrastructure.

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