Psychological tests may be defined as a carefully chosen, systematic and standardised procedure for evoking a sample of responses from a candidate, which can be used to assess one or more of their psychological characteristics by comparing the results with those of a representative sample of an appropriate population. This definition implies a wider range of procedures than the common stereotype of pencil and paper questionnaires — although it remains true that the vast majority of tests are in fact pencil and paper tests. The definition involves six main components.
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