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Chapter 11 quiz CSCS: principles of testing and test selection


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Which on of these is NOT a reason for testing

    • A.

      Indicate weaknesses

    • B.

      Predict future performance

    • C.

      Measuring 2 factors at once

    • D.

      Assessment of training program

    Correct Answer
    C. Measuring 2 factors at once
    Explanation
    Measuring two factors at once is not a reason for testing because testing is typically done to assess and evaluate specific aspects or characteristics of a subject or system. Measuring two factors simultaneously may lead to confusion and inaccurate results, as it becomes difficult to determine the individual impact of each factor on the overall outcome. Testing is more effective when focused on examining one factor at a time, allowing for a clearer understanding of its influence and providing more reliable data for analysis and decision-making.

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  • 2. 

    A __________ test is one that does not require a laboratory or extensive training

    Correct Answer
    field test
    Explanation
    A field test refers to a type of test that can be conducted outside of a laboratory setting and does not require extensive training. This means that it can be performed in real-world conditions, such as in the field or in a practical environment, without the need for specialized equipment or complex procedures. Field tests are often used to evaluate the performance or effectiveness of something in a practical setting, such as a new product or technology, before it is fully implemented or mass-produced.

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  • 3. 

    __________ refers to the degree to which a test or test item measures what it is supposed to measure

    • A.

      Measurement

    • B.

      Reliability

    • C.

      Variability

    • D.

      Validity

    Correct Answer
    D. Validity
    Explanation
    Validity refers to the degree to which a test or test item measures what it is supposed to measure. In other words, it assesses whether a test accurately measures the construct or concept it intends to measure. A valid test ensures that the results obtained are a true reflection of the construct being measured. It involves assessing the appropriateness and relevance of the test items in relation to the construct being measured. A test with high validity is considered to be a reliable and accurate measure of the intended construct.

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  • 4. 

    Which on of these is NOT a form of validity

    • A.

      Concurrent

    • B.

      Predictive

    • C.

      Discriminant

    • D.

      Intrasubject

    Correct Answer
    D. Intrasubject
    Explanation
    Intrasubject is not a form of validity because validity refers to the extent to which a measure accurately assesses what it is intended to measure. Intrasubject refers to variability within an individual over time or across different conditions, and it is not directly related to the accuracy or validity of a measure.

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  • 5. 

    The measure of the degree of consistency or repeatability of a test is known as ______________

    Correct Answer
    reliability
    Explanation
    Reliability refers to the extent to which a test or measurement produces consistent and repeatable results. It is a measure of the degree to which the test can be trusted to provide accurate and consistent information. In other words, reliability indicates the stability and consistency of the test over time and across different conditions. A reliable test will yield similar results when administered multiple times to the same group of individuals or when different raters score the same test.

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  • 6. 

    Test selection should take into account which of these factors

    • A.

      Energy system used

    • B.

      Specific movement pattern used

    • C.

      Training status

    • D.

      Environmental factors

    • E.

      All of these factors

    Correct Answer
    E. All of these factors
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "all of these factors." When selecting a test, it is important to consider various factors such as the energy system used, specific movement pattern used, training status, and environmental factors. These factors can greatly impact the effectiveness and relevance of the test in assessing an individual's performance or fitness level. Therefore, it is crucial to take into account all of these factors when choosing a test.

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  • 7. 

    True or False: Male athletes are not allowed to remove their shirts during testing in the heat.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    False. Male athletes are allowed to remove their shirts during testing in the heat. This is because removing their shirts can help them cool down and prevent overheating during intense physical activity.

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  • 8. 

    In relation to test sequence what should the order of tests be:A 1.5 mile runB 40yd sprintC 1RM power cleanD 5yd shuffle

    • A.

      D,B,C,A

    • B.

      A,C,B,D

    • C.

      D,C,A,B

    • D.

      B,D,C,A

    Correct Answer
    A. D,B,C,A
    Explanation
    The correct order of tests in relation to the test sequence should be D, B, C, A. This means that the 5yd shuffle should be done first, followed by the 40yd sprint, then the 1RM power clean, and finally the 1.5 mile run.

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