Retesting is appropriate when there is reason to believe that a score obtained from a previous testing does not accurately reflect the examinee's true level of knowledge or skill. Typically, retesting is appropriate in two situations: (1) when factors other than the examinee's ability are believed to have influenced the previous testing and (2) when the scores obtained from earlier testing are no longer believed to reflect the student's ability. Retesting to improve course placement is seldom successful if a person has not studied or has not taken a class prior to retesting.
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