Issue: Is there any way to test whether a respondent's reading level is adequate enough to take the MIDSA?
Solution: A reading test is administered to the respondent at the start of the MIDSA to test reading problems, inattention, or reluctance to engage the task. You then have to choose among four choices (a) to continue the session (perhaps reading the assessment to the respondent), (b) allow the respondent to retake the reading test, (c) suspend the session until a future time, or (d) end the assessment permanently (this means no report will be generated because the respondent has not answered any questions).
Category:: Software Session Manager
Submitted:: Jan 03 2008