Understanding the Validity of Selection Tests

Criterion Validity: a kind of validity that is founded on displaying that the predictors or the scores of the test are related to criterion or job performance.

Reliability. This refers to the consistency of the scores attained by the same individual when retested with same or equivalent test.

Content Validity: this is the kind of test that is considered as content valid. The test involves a fair sample of skills as well as the tasks which are truly required for the job in question.

Types of Selection Test. Cognitive Ability Test. this refers to individualized assessment or paper and pencil measures of a person’s general intelligence or mental ability. Continue reading

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