|Title||A computer simulation study of tailored testing strategies for objective-based instructional programs|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1977|
|Authors||Spineti, JP, Hambleton, RK|
|Journal||Educational and Psychological Measurement|
One possible way of reducing the amount of time spent testing in . objective-based instructional programs would involve the implementation of a tailored testing strategy. Our purpose was to provide some additional data on the effectiveness of various tailored testing strategies for different testing situations. The three factors of a tailored testing strategy under study with various hypothetical distributions of abilities across two learning hierarchies were test length, mastery cutting score, and starting point.