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Computer-adaptive sequential testing (CAST) is a form of multistage testing.

A CAST test is a type of computer-adaptive test or computerized classification test that uses pre-defined groups of items called testlets rather than operating at the level of individual items.[1]

CAST is a term introduced by psychometricians working for the National Board of Medical Examiners.[2] In CAST, the testlets are referred to as panels.

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  1. Luecht, R.M. (2005). Some useful cost-benefit criteria for evaluating computer-based test delivery models and systems. Journal of Applied Testing Technology, 7(2). [1]
  2. Luecht, R. M. & Nungester, R. J. (1998). Some practical examples of computer-adaptive sequential testing. Journal of Educational Measurement, 35, 229-249.
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