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Mental Measurements Yearbooks: 2016 Update

Buros has updated its website but you can still find all the information you need to read a test review in The Mental Measurements Yearbooks which the Library has in print (volumes 3rd – 19th). Go to the Buros website http://buros.org/

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Mental Measurements Yearbooks: 2014 Update

The Buros Center for Testing (Mental Measurements Yearbooks) have updated their website. It’s nice and clean but we do have to figure out where everything is again. This is what you need to do to find out which volume a

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Mental Measurements Yearbooks Revisited

You’ve been asked to find a test review, but you’re not quite sure how to go about doing it. Here are the steps you need to take: Go to Useful Library Links, which is on the Library’s homepage. Navigate to

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Mental Measurements Yearbooks

If you’ve been asked to review a test, and your teacher has mentioned the words “Mental Measurements Yearbooks,”  (and you’re really not sure how to start) here are some librarian tips on how to get this job done. Go to

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