Part I: HISTORY AND CURRENT PROFESSIONAL ISSUES.
1: History of Testing and Assessment.
2: Ethical, Legal and Professional Issues in Assessment.
Part II: TEST WORTHINESS AND TEST STATISTICS.
3: Test Worthiness: Validity, Reliability, Practicality and Cross-Cultural Fairness.
4: Statistical Concepts: Making Meaning out of Raw Scores.
5: Statistical Concepts: Creating New Scores to Interpret Test Data.
Part III: COMMONLY-USED ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES
6: Assessment of Educational Ability: Survey Battery, Diagnostic, Readiness and Cognitive Ability Tests.
7: Intellectual and Cognitive Functioning: Intelligence Testing and Neuropsychological Assessment.
8: Career and Occupational Assessment: Interest Inventories, Multiple Aptitude and Special Aptitude Tests.
9: Clinical Assessment: Objective and Projective Personality Tests.
10: Informal Assessment: Observation, Rating Scales, Classification Methods, Environmental Assessment, Records and Personal Documents and Performance-Based Assessment.
Part IV: DIAGNOSIS AND WRITING THE ASSESSMENT REPORT.
11: Diagnosis in the Assessment Process
12: The Assessment Report Process: The Interview, Assessment Techniques, Environmental Assessment, and the Report.