Setting standards for criterion-referenced measurement
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Improving human resources is the responsibility of the educational system in many societies. The outputs of the educational systems are, in many ways, the inputs of other systems found in societies. Life today in many societies is complicated and heavily dependent upon technology. In my opinion, the world societies today can be divided into two categories the countries which produce technology and the countries which consume technology. Since technology is considered to be a product of education, educational systems must be continuously active. This paper will address the topic of standard setting and the different methods or techniques used to identify cut-off scores.