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A test is considered biased if it disadvantages certain groups
of individuals over others. On the same way, the standard measurement allows us
to estimate the level of inaccuracy in a test. The larger the standard error of
measurement, the greater uncertainty in the test. Misinterpreting test results may also show
These can e avoided by taking good interpretations of test
results. The researcher should not hold favors to any group on the issues of
colour or race, or even the environment.
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