content validation

content validation
Content validation of a test requires that an analysis of a job involved be undertaken to determine what characteristics are essential for adequate performance of that job and the job analysis is then followed by formulation of a test which accurately reflects presence or absence of these necessary qualities. Com. of Pa. v. Glickman, D.C.Pa., 370 F.Supp. 724, 737

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