Most of the records contain detailed information about a test's structure. This database provides very useful test availability information. When a journal article source is identified, keep in mind that the test may not be reproduced in its completed form in the article; instead, you may find the various items identified in the context of an analysis.
Consult Research Guide to Finding Tests & Measures (pdf) to determine how to find the full-text of material indexed in the ETS Test Collection.
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