How to calculate the probability of a result not being due to chance? Not homework! [more inside]
IQ tests among others usually have questions that contain a sequence of shapes or numbers with the question asking what the next shape or number in the sequence will be. [more inside]
Do you think that I will pop positive for my neighbor's party and do you have any suggestions that would help me with this possibility? I can tell them about my neighbors but will that be enough? I really want this job and would be totally mad if their party kept me from getting back to being paid what I used to make [more inside]
I am taking the Presidential Management Fellowship Assessment in January. Any advice on preparation/studying? I've started with the government's prep guide.
Is there a formula or process to determine how many questions should be on an exam? Given a test bank of "x" number of questions, what "y" number of randomly selected questions constitutes a valid sample? [more inside]
Nice, clean list of which colleges accept which AP credits? [more inside]
A while back someone ran a personality test called The Cube on me. I've also played a similar game whereby each participant in turn says "I have never done [name of activity x goes here]" and the others around the table have to drink if they have done x. Can you recommend any other fun games, personality tests or quizzes that can be used in social situations, can be easily memorised, don't require much in the way of additional materials and help you get to know others better? School-age, juvenile stuff is perfectly acceptable!
Can you help me interpret this glucose tolerance test result? [more inside]
I'm getting sick and taking the GRE on Monday. Anything I should be doing between now and then and best medicines for the day of? [more inside]
What is the best/safest Windows 7 Test Setup? Virtualization? Partition an HD? [more inside]
Does a high GPA make up for a low GRE score for grad school admissions? Should I send my scores to schools if they are "recommended" but not required? [more inside]
Who knows my blood type? [more inside]
Anyone taken the GRE computer based General Test? I am computer literate, however having never taken a test on a computer I am kind of freaked out just by the sound of it. Will there still be paper for me to write problems out on? Can I skip a question and come back to it? Has anyone taken the paper based test and the computer base test? If so how do they compare?
Is there a WordPress plugin that will let me make forms for people to fill in, and then dump the results to the database instead of emailing the results to me? I want reports with Google Charts (specifically the US and World maps). [more inside]
How to solve the GREs-- not the test, but the registration! What happens if I don't show up to the test? [more inside]
Can you point me to some good resources to prepare for the GRE Subject Test in Psychology? [more inside]
Career filter: Interview then... personality test!? Um, what the heck? [more inside]
As an inveterate L.A. bike commuter (not to mention recently losing a close family member to cancer), this article made me wonder what sort of tests I should be having to measure the impact of particulate air pollution on my body. Recommendations? And how often? (I'm biking 30 miles a day in rush-hour traffic, year-round.)
MAT vs. GRE: Does it matter? [more inside]
For what jobs are applicants accepted largely based on an examination? Inspired by this question. [more inside]
How can I determine, with access to limited biological data, if my father is not who I thought he was? [more inside]
In NYC: routine HIV testing that is anonymous (not "confidential"), uses saliva or a fingertip-prick (not a blood draw from the arm), and is free or very cheap -- those three things are musts -- that is in or close to the 5 boroughs? I don't need fast results; just looking for my usual periodic tests. This was easy and free in my former (smaller) city; am I just missing something in NYC?
Where can I find beta testers for a niche-ish recipe site? [more inside]
Should I talk to my professor about getting an exemption on a test grade before or after final grades come out (and I learn whether it actually matters)? [more inside]
On Thursday morning, I'm taking my final exam in Anatomy & Physiology II. I typically have test anxiety, and this time, it's reaching fever pitch. What are your favorite little mnemonics and/or rules of thumb that you rely upon in order to remember... uh, everything? [more inside]
I have the day to study for AP exams and prepare a presentation. How can I spend it most effectively? [more inside]
I am taking the Praxix II - Elementary Education (0014) this Saturday. Needless to say, I'm a bit behind in studying. The good news is that I am on vacation this week and have some time to dedicate to the cause. Also, I took my Praxis I in November and scored very well, I am looking for guidance on how to study for the inevitable history, science and theory questions that I have not thought about in the 13 years since I graduated college. I did purchase the REA book, have completed 2 practice tests and am copying the answers I got wrong onto notecards. Does it sound like I am on the right track?
I just got blood tests back from doing an insurance screening, and the row for glucose says: "results not valid due to glycolysis" What is that? Is that a problem I should look into?
GMAT tutor in Los Angeles? [more inside]
The Green is my last hope. Need help with extreme test anxiety. The medical establishment has (surprise, surprise) failed me. [more inside]
how do i shuffle questions in a Word document in random order? [more inside]
Any suggestions for cheap, online placement test setups for mathematics? [more inside]
Taking the LSAT Freshman year? [more inside]
My partner and I want to get herpes blood tests -- the cheaper, the better -- in New York. [more inside]
Help! I’m a language arts teacher and they are asking me to analyze data… [more inside]
Any recommendation on how to best prepare oneself for Cambridge University CAE ESOL test ? [more inside]
I need tips for tackling a timed reading comprehension exam in a foreign language. [more inside]
Should I get tested for Dyslexia? [more inside]
Do standardized tests (SAT, GRE, LSAT, etc.) use randomly sorted answer choices? [more inside]
Which series of prep books will best prepare one to ace CLEP tests? [more inside]
Bonehead Math Filter: What sort of math is on the NJ College Basic Skills Placement Test [more inside]
I need to pass a macro/micro economics placement test. Though I took both of these courses during my undergrad, the information has left me. Which book (or books?) would be best help me demonstrate minimal proficiency in only a month or two of self-study?
Are those early pregnancy tests reliable? [more inside]
The new Mac's on its way, the time has come to purchase a copy of Windows to run under virtualization on it. The question is, which version? And how to customize by size for my needs? [more inside]
Is it possible for a civilian to take the Defense Language Aptitude Battery, which tests your ability to learn languages? Or is there a similar test available to civilians? [more inside]
I need a a script set or pages or package that will help me create a self-grade able multiple-choice quiz that someone can take online via the web, enter their name, receive a grade at the end along with what questions were missed, and automatically e-mail these same results along with the test-taker's name, to a specific email address (preferably two addresses). [more inside]
Is there a freeware or light weight tool (e.g. perl script) we can use to show us that the SNMP traps are received successfully? [more inside]
A hair test (drug screen). A question on length and...well, hair. [more inside]
I'm considering taking level 2 of the Japanese Languge Proficiency Test (JLPT). I read somewhere that you need to know 6,000 words for level 2. Does anyone know of any good text books for learning a large amount of vocabulary? [more inside]
I have an interview with a recruiter next week. I will have to take either a photoshop or illustrator test. What is normally on these tests? How hard are they? What format are they normally in (e.g., multiple choice or are you given a project to complete)? What are some more obscure things I should make sure I know before I walk in there? Anonymous because people at work don't know I'm job hunting