No, it's not some new-age therapy. It's a breath of fresh air coming from the Microsoft Learning blogs. The people who gauge the effectiveness of the exam questions and methods with some scientific precision -- the psychometricians -- even they're blogging these days.
One of them is Liberty Munson and she's there to answer your questions about those exams. (I hope I'm right on my gender assumptions, btw.) Have at it!
If you need some help, go ahead and steal these:
- When exams get developed, when in the process do you call in the psychometrician?
- What exam has been the most challenging to develop from a psychometrician's POV?
- What credentials make for a good Microsoft psychometrician?
- 'Psychometrician' lacks that cool factor. Have you come up with any other names for that role?
Posted by Michael Domingo on 03/05/2009 at 11:59 AM