Prenatal Testing: Testing to detect the presence of a genetic disorder in an embryo or fetus; commonly done by amniocentesis or chorionic villi sampling.
Pre-Employment Testing: The practice of issuing tests to potential employees on a pre-employment basis in order to determine an applicantís suitability for a certain position. These tests may include, but are not l . . . View Full Definition
Preadmission Testing: Medical tests that are completed for an individual prior to being admitted to a hospital or inpatient health care facility.
Post-Accident Testing: The process of testing an employee involved in a workplace accident for the presence of drugs or alcohol.
Placement Testing: Placement tests ensure that you get started in the right classes for your academic background and your program. Taking a class for which you are not prepared could prevent you from successfu . . . View Full Definition
National Standards And Testing Program (NSTP): The NSTP is a program created to provide basic installation training to satellite TV systems installers.
Prenatal Epoch: The astrological moment of conception. According to Ptolemy, the natal Ascendant or Descendant coincides with the Moon's zodiacal position at the prenatal epoch, ten lunar months prior to bi . . . View Full Definition
A-B Testing: In A/B testing, you unleash two different versions of a keyword, advertisement, website, web/landing page, banner design or variable and see which performs the best. You test version A vs. V . . . View Full Definition
Standardized Testing: A written test, the scores of which are interpreted by referencing the scores of a norm group that has taken the test and which is considered to be representative of the population that take . . . View Full Definition
Reasonable Suspicion Testing: A drug or alcohol test administered to an employee due to a performance or policy infraction or poor or erratic behavior.