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noun as in experiment

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That’s where another metric — test per case — becomes useful.

From Vox

Until we fix our public school customer service problem, parents will continue to fire our schools, no matter how well we teach, build new facilities, structure magnet programs or tout our test scores.

Everybody who comes into the facility every day takes the test.

In one 2010 study, Roediger and two other colleagues compared test results of students who reread material to two other groups.

Another test was records of a soccer game played with robots, called RoboCup, in which NDTT had to predict the next event in the game—a pass to a certain player, a kick at the goal, or an attempt to steal.

From Fortune

The at-home genetics testing company 23andme, established in 2006, helps people learn more about their “DNA relatives.”

But it is a worrying claim nonetheless, one of many testing the boundaries of this new area of law.

Testing methods can now detect HIV within ten days of infection.

Later testing determined that she was negative for HIV, the woman told the court.

In other words, companies will still be allowed to enact their drug-testing policies.

The position tried him sorely, testing his new strength from such amazing and unexpected angles.

Within a few more months he determined on constructing an engine for the purpose of more accurately testing those views.

The idea delighted her, and she closed her fingers in a tight grip as if testing their possibilities.

They seldom have an opportunity of testing it; Professor Towne has a pure heart and he has brains.

Thyrsis in these days was like a wild animal in a cage; pacing back and forth and testing every corner of his prison.


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On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to testing, such as: examination, measurement, test, trial, verification, and examining.

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