Computer-adaptive tests, such as the GMAT, are designed to adjust their level of difficulty to match the knowledge and ability of a test taker —based on the responses provided. If a student gives a wrong answer, the computer follows up with an easier question; if the student answers correctly, the next question will be more difficult. Considered to be on the leading edge of assessment technology, computer-adaptive tests represent an attempt to measure the abilities of individual students more precisely, while avoiding some of the issues often associated with the “one-size-fits-all” nature of standardised tests.
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