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pretest

  1. a trial launch of a product to a sample group of consumers to test the product's operational efficiency and consumer acceptability. See NEW-PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT.
  2. see ADVERTISING EFFECTIVENESS TEST.
  3. see QUALITY CONTROL.
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Table: Comparison between pretest and posttest values of state and trait anxiety.
The intention of administering a pretest before the lecture was to both analyze how much the students are aware of the topic and most importantly to make the students be more focused to the lecture and a post-test after the lecture was to evaluate students learning of the key concepts of pharmacology.
Only the median percent change for the graduate teaching assistant group negatively decreased (-5%) from pre-test to immediate post-test, and from pretest to follow-up post-test.
ESC guidelines tend to offer more conservative estimates of pretest probability of CAD compared with NICE guidelines.
A quantitative research approach with one group pretest and posttest design was selected to carry out the study.
Furthermore, if students receive both delivery formats, the order in which they are presented should not affect their pretest nor posttest performance.
In order to see the effectiveness of the health educational program, the following research hypothesis was stated 2: There is association between pretest knowledge score and selected variables at 0.
In this case, the variable is reduced, presenting a higher mean for the pretest, M = 9.
The American College of Chest Physicians" recently issued guidelines for diagnosis and management of DVT in which they emphasized that the diagnostic process be based on clinical assessment of pretest probability of DVT to determine which test should be ordered.
Analizar la existencia de diferencias intra e inter grupos en cada una de las variables principales en pretest y postest
This study used a retrospective pretest to gauge the effects on attitudes in a course preparing students for inclusive classrooms.