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Date: Wed Oct 05 2005 - 18:45:06 EDT

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I have heard of an electronic TABE, but that it still needs to be done in the presence of a monitor to ensure that the individual taking the exam is who he/she claims to be and that they are doing it according to the standardized testing criteria.

Tina Luffman
Instructional Specialist, ABE-GED
Verde Valley Campus
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Does anyone know if there is a computerized version of TABE in the works?

"Turning Pages into Possibilities",  Debbie

Deborah W. Yoho
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