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|Title:||Investigating the Validity of Achievement Tests in the Algerian Secondary Schools: The Case of EFL Classes in the Biskra Region|
|Authors:||Hoadjli, Ahmed Chaouki|
|Abstract:||This article sets out to explore the issue of evaluation in general and testing in particular within the Algerian context. The motives of such an investigation stems from the students' low scores that do not actually reflect their real performance by virtue of the non-pertinence between what students learn and what they are tested in. Therefore, the main purpose of the present article is to provide a comprehensive evaluation of the achievement tests to the EFL classes in the Biskra region.|
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