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Which best describes ETS’s hiring process for the Human Raters who give scores for TOEFL iBT Speaking?
How frequently are Human Raters required to work in order to maintain their certification to give Speaking scores?
True or False: Before each Human Rater starts their shift, they are required to pass a “Calibration Test” to ensure that they are scoring accurately that particular day.
Human Raters for TOEFL iBT Speaking do “blind” scoring. What kinds of things do they not know about test-takers?
Check all that apply.
What is the main question that Human Raters are focused on when they are giving your score?
Which kind of scores can Human Raters give?
When did ETS begin developing the software for automated, computerized scoring engines?
When did ETS first use SpeechRater for TOEFL iBT Speaking?
Why does ETS use SpeechRater?
Which kind of scores can SpeechRater give?
What kind of categories can SpeechRater analyze and “rate”?
Click all that apply.
Where can you get feedback from SpeechRater?
Which source of feedback has the most details about your performance on every task?
Why can’t anyone confirm exactly what the equation is for how a Speaking score is calculated?
Which equation does Jaime feel gives us reliable results that correlate to real-world student results?
How fast can a person’s scores in SpeechRater change?