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Issues in creating and reporting concordance results based on equipercentile methods
|Statement||Mary Pommerich ... [et al.].|
|Series||ACT research report -- 2000-1|
|Contributions||Pommerich, Mary., American College Testing Program.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 28,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||28|
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Get this from a library. Issues in creating and reporting concordance results based on equipercentile methods.
[Mary Pommerich; American College Testing Program.;]. This paper focuses on methodological issues in applying equipercentile equating methods to pairs of tests that do not meet the assumptions of equating.
This. Issues in Creating and Reporting Concordance Results Based on Equipercentile Methods. Pommerich, Mary; Hanson, Bradley A.; Harris, Deborah J.; Sconing, James A. This paper focuses on methodological issues in applying equipercentile equating methods to pairs of tests that do not meet the assumptions of by: 7.
Issues in Creating and Reporting Concordance Results Based on Equipercentile Methods Practitioners appear to be increasingly faced with the difficult task of linking scores across distinct tests that were never intended to be linked. TM cn o Issues in Creating and Reporting Concordance Results Based on Equipercentile Methods o w Mary Pommerich Bradley A.
Hanson Deborah J. Harris James A. Sconing ACT PERMISSION TO REPRODUCE AND DISSEMINATE THIS MATERIAL HAS BEEN GRANTED BY 1^- VoHMgx’icii TO THE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES INFORMATION CENTER (ERIC) U.S.
Equipercentile equating is the most general of the equating methods in that it can accommodate any degree of linearity or nonlinearity across forms.
It will also be the most accurate method when two conditions are met: (a) curvilinearity exists in the population and (b) the sample size is large enough to estimate this curvilinearity. The concordance approach (Pommerich, ) uses equating-like methods (e.g., equipercentile linking).
The creation of a concordance uses the statistical methods of equating to match the scores on tests that do not meet the requirements for equating. Processing timely data and the proper reporting and analytic capabilities enhances the ability to make more informed, evidence-based decisions.
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The concordance tables were prepared based on the internal College Board research for various intended uses including benchmark research, score reporting, and predictive validity. They are also used by external stakeholders including, but not limited to, high school counselors, higher education. Scores on the IRT short form were equated to full test scores using a number of methods, all of which yielded similar results.
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1 Significance testing is a long-standing method for assessing whether an estimated quantity is significantly different from an assumed quantity. Therefore, it has utility in evaluating whether the results of an operational. All linking methods—both IRT-based and equipercentile with or without smoothing—resulted in broadly comparable results.
Table III summarizes the quality of the linking relationship for pattern-based scoring on the IRT-based harmonized metric and for the harmonized metric linked through the equipercentile method with no smoothing.
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Two linking methods used for NEAT designs are those (a) based on chain equating and (b) that use the anchor test to post-stratify the distributions of the two operational test scores to a common.
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Theories and mixed methods research. Analyses. In the PROsetta Stone project, each pair of instruments was typically subjected to multiple linking methods,20 This approach includes methods based on IRT and one commonly used non-IRT method (equipercentile linking),22 IRT is a family of mathematical models that estimate properties of each item response relative to a single dimension that is measured by all the items,