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Wrapping up Week 4

During this week, you were introduced to the steps behind the development of a test until it becomes a reliable clinical tool.
A participant taking a test
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Good job! By making your own little selection of items for a language test in your language, you have reached the end of Week 4. How did you like making your own test?

During this week, you were introduced to the steps behind the development of a test until it becomes a reliable clinical tool. Next week, we will see this tool in action! Two more clinical linguistics will be introduced alongside their professions. You will see the existing tests and their aims and have a few case studies to try to apply your newly acquired knowledge.

See you soon!

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