Fluidity Test Paper

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A personality test chosen based on the popular American sitcom ‘F.R.I.E.N.D.S ’can determine which character from the show most likely resembles one. The test consists of 15 questions which vary from meaning and context. Based on the results of the personality test, it was concluded that the test is unreliable and invalid. Reliability reflects stability and consistency over a period (Wen and Ye, 2011). The test was taken multiple times but was inconsistent with its results. Every time the results would differ in characters. Thus, the test was unreliable as it was not consistent nor stable. The concept of validity refers to whether the test provides an accurate estimate of the measure and adequately represents what its purpose is (Colliver …show more content…

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