Assessment terminology

Jane Boothman
Quiz by Jane Boothman, updated more than 1 year ago
Jane Boothman
Created by Jane Boothman almost 7 years ago
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quiz on terms associated with assessment

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Question 1

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Assessment is ..........
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  • Telling a candidate what they got wrong
  • Judging the degree to which a candidate has met given criteria

Question 2

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Current is..........
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  • Evidence that the candidate can perform competently at the time of assessment
  • Enough evidence to show the candidate has met the criteria

Question 3

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Authentic is .........
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  • Evidence that clearly relates to the candidate rather than another or a group
  • An assessment in a real situation

Question 4

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Evidence is ...........
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  • A certificate of competence
  • Information from a variety of sources that proves a candidate’s competence

Question 5

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Sufficient is ...............
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  • Enough evidence to prove competence
  • A similar mark from at least 3 assessors

Question 6

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Standardisation is ................
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  • The standards against which assessments are made
  • Checks that different assessors would make similar judgements on the same evidence

Question 7

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Assessment criteria are .....................
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  • The standards against which assessments are made
  • A check on assessor qualifications

Question 8

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Transparent is .................
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  • The requirements of the assessment are made clear to the candidate
  • A clear piece of plastic used to mark multi choice questions

Question 9

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Competence is ...................
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  • The ability to perform in a work-related function to national standards
  • A race between two candidates to see who can finish their assessment first

Question 10

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Valid is ..............
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  • The candidate's own work
  • It measures what it is supposed to measure

Question 11

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Fair is ......................
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  • Just and equitable conditions in the assessment process for all candidates
  • The same assessment for every candidate

Question 12

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Collusion is ..................
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  • Secret cooperation between candidates in the production of evidence
  • A meeting between assessors to update their subject knowledge

Question 13

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Reliable is ..............
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  • A candidate who attends for assessment when they say they will
  • The consistent ability of an assessment/assessor to distinguish accurately between competent and not competent performance

Question 14

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External Quality Consultant/Assurer is ...............
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  • Someone from the awarding body who monitors centre operations
  • An independent person bought in by a centre to do assessments

Question 15

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Assessment plan is ...............
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  • Written reports from the candidate describing activities they have carried out
  • An agreed, detailed written statement between candidate and assessor of how the candidate will demonstrate competence

Question 16

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Candidate report is ...................
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  • Oral or written reports from the candidate describing activities, processes and some self assessment
  • A disciplinary procedure

Question 17

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Direct evidence is .................
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  • Evidence that candidates have produced themselves
  • Anything physical or mental that prevents a candidate from taking up assessment

Question 18

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Quality assurance is ..................
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  • Keeping evidence in case of appeal
  • Methods by which standards are regularly checked and monitored

Question 19

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Holistic assessment is .............
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  • Collecting evidence that can be used for more than one unit
  • Special assessment arrangements made around religious festivals

Question 20

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Witness testimony is ................
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  • A third party statement confirming competence against specific criteria
  • Evidence that candidates have produced historically
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