objective test


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objective test

any test in which the responses are scored by reference to a set of correct answers so that, in this sense at least, no subjective assessment enters the scoring. See also FIXED-CHOICE QUESTIONNAIRE, QUESTIONNAIRE.
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(52) The Second Circuit appropriately acknowledged that the objective test has many forms and the transaction's potential profitability is not the only aspect of the transaction that should be inquired into.
The court correctly analyzed the true threat statute under an objective standard because, when compared to the subjective test, the objective test better protects the safety of the public, particularly regarding the fear of violence.
Shooting off a rest is a more objective test of a gun's accuracy, since it eliminates much of the error induced by the shooter's hold.
This study determined the effect of metacognitive and transformative approaches on the performance of the high school students of Liceo de Cagayan University, school year 2010-2011, in Values Education along the objective test and reflective essay writing.
I propose that the first letter continue the emphasis on objective test results.
"We believe we have suggested fair proposals for the Government to look at that would see a far more objective test used."
Chief Justice John Roberts said he did not understand Clement's response, and Kennedy asked Clement again to describe an objective test the court could use.
The court explained that although "subjectively painful conditions like CRPS and fibromyalgia pose difficult problems for private disability insurance plan administrators," it is arbitrary to require that a claimant "prove her condition with objective data where no definitive objective test exists for the condition or its severity." It noted that while Holmstrom's condition was largely based on subjective complaints of pain, the 2007 FCE provided objective support showing functional limitations amounting to total disability.
"If this finding can be repeated in a larger group, we might have an objective test for Gulf War syndrome and its variants."
The main stumbling block for the rural poor was found to be the so-called objective test used as one of the parameters for short-listing around 10 per cent of the top-scoring candidates and rejecting the remaining 90 per cent.
An objective test cannot help us assess most of these.
Instead, the Court adopted an objective test: whether any person could honestly believe the defendant's opinion based on the facts proven in the case.

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