(Corresponding author: Ankara University, Faculty of Educational Science, Department of Measurement and Evaluation, TURKEY,)
(Mersin University, Faculty of Educational Science, Department of Measurement and Evaluation, TURKEY,)
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An Investigation of Ordering Test Items Differently Depending on Their Difficulty Level by Differential Item Functioning
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