Improvement and consistency of realization investigation in mathematic for higher secondary students
The current schoolwork is an endeavour to increase and authenticate the Mathematics realization test for higher secondary school students in Vellur district. A various choice investigation of 100 substances from 11th standard Mathematics syllabus was selected with the help and advice of mathematics experts. The test was administrated to a sample of 100 students of 3 schools of Vellur district. Then all the administer investigation papers of 100 students were scored carefully, the investigation papers were in order in the descending order from the highest to the lowest score. Then the top 27% and bottom 27% of the total score has been taken for the item investigation. During expected technique of item investigation, complexity manifestation and discrimination manifestation were considered as well as the consistency and authenticity of the investigation as a complete. Consequently the tool is consistent and suitable for the illustration.
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