Some providers provide pass-fail scoring alone, while others provide SD index scores and graphic presentations of each result's deviation from the target value as a percentage.
Courses taken on a pass-fail basis count toward full- or part-time standing for purposes of financial aid and loan deferments
The instrument is automated and provides a pass-fail report; no test interpretation by an audiologist is required.
My answer to her excellent question is that ‘theory of mind’, and the false belief test in particular, is designed as a pass-fail kind of test.
For example, Albany Medical College has a four year compulsory pass-fail EBM course lasting 120 hours over four years.
The price to pay for pass-fail is a disadvantage in the college admissions process.
Objective testing, using either a pass-fail or percentage grading system, can at the least establish whether the student can or cannot accomplish the task.
Four such panels (fourth year medical students, anatomists, clinicians, and recent graduates) were used to determine pass-fail scores for an anatomy test that was given to medical students in the fourth year of a six year programme.
Rather than a pass-fail system of approving financials, auditors should hand out report-card grades that reflect the quality of a client's accounting.
Foster's method in this series of trials is to establish ranges for Shakespearean use of these variables, to provide a pass-fail test of authorship.