The test content is defined and weighted based upon information collected in the domain analysis and professional judgment. Additional specifications (e.g., cognitive complexity, item types, scoring rules) which are necessary to guide the development of test items and/or tasks, as well as the assembly of items and/or tasks into test forms, are documented.
Alpine staff has extensive experience guiding test sponsors and committee members through the interpretation of domain analysis results and the decision-making processes necessary to agree upon and document the test blueprint.
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