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That’s where another metric — test per case — becomes useful.
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.
RootMetrics uses a different methodology than other mobile network testing firms, like Ookla and Opensignal, which rank based on speed tests performed by customers using free apps on their phones.
Sewage tests seek out those virus particles by searching for specific genes.
In that case, scientists entered into evidence a partisan bias test — a simulation of what would have happened in an election if the parties’ vote shares were reversed.
Two new studies made the case recently for an alternative to the invasive Covid-19 tests that require collecting a sample from deep in the nose.
The position tried him sorely, testing his new strength from such amazing and unexpected angles.
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