Second Edition Now Available!This comprehensive resource provides detailed descriptive listings of commercially published tests that are available in part or wholly in Spanish. The second edition includes essential information for more than 600 test titles – about 50% more than were included in the first edition. All content is presented side by side in Spanish and English to facilitate test selection by professionals who develop, evaluate, study, purchase, and/or use tests.
12th Annual Buros/ETS Lecture
Dr. Jonathan Weeks will speak about "Issues in Multidimensional Test Linking", October 29 at 2:15 p.m. in UNL's Teachers College Hall, Room 112. Reception to follow in the Buros library.
The lecture is free and open to the public.
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The Twentieth Mental Measurements Yearbook is now available
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Buros publishes authoritative reference materials that contain descriptions and candidly critical evaluations of commercially available tests, essential to professionals involved in the evaluation, selection, and use of tests. Recognized for their quality worldwide, our publications comprise expert and independent sources of information about tests.
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“Test users have every right to demand that test authors and publishers present full particulars concerning the methods used in constructing and validating the tests which they place on the market”
(Oscar Buros, 1938).