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Equating and item banking with the Rasch model

An explanation of what is meant by a bank of calibrated items.

An explanation of what is meant by a bank of calibrated items with a discussion on different data collection designs and techniques for adding items to a bank, plus detailed worked examples and practice exercises.


Tom Bramley | talks


Date and Time:

9 December 2010 at 10:30 am


2 hours



Cambridge Assessment - 9 Hills Road
9 Hills Road

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