aftertest

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EtymologyEdit

From after- +‎ test.

NounEdit

aftertest (plural aftertests)

  1. A test given or conducted at the conclusion of an experiment or trial.
    • 1934, University of Iowa Studies in Education:
      In considering the data in terms of gains, it will be remembered that three sets of gains must be kept in mind, the gains made from pretest to aftertest, those made from aftertest to recall test, and those made from pretest to recall test.

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