About the Test Collection
The Test Collection in the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library (SSHEL) contains over 9,100 tests measuring achievement, intelligence, character and personality, vocational aptitude, and many other subjects. The Odell Test Collection originated as a gift in 1960 of Charles Watters Odell, Professor Emeritus of Education. The collection comprised almost every educational and psychological test of consequence prior to the early 1950’s, and, since its inception has grown steadily to become one of the largest test collections in the United States.Tests dating from 1904 to the present are included and are classified according to the system used by the Buros Center for Testing in the earlier Mental Measurement Yearbooks. A list of the test classifications is available on the Test Classification System page. Test packets usually contain a copy of the test form, a manual, and a scoring key. Information on reliability, validity and norms should be provided in the test manual.
If you have questions about the Test Collection, the Test Collection Database, or SSHEL’s circulation policies, please contact SSHEL (firstname.lastname@example.org).
TEST PACKETS DO NOT LEAVE THE LIBRARY*. COPYING AND SCANNING OF TESTS IS PROHIBITED.
- Search the Test Collection
- Speech and Hearing Science (SHS) Assessment Instruments
Find Information About Tests
- Mental Measurements Yearbook with Tests in Print Online
- Sources of Information on Tests and Measurements
- Full-Text Tests/Assessment Instruments
*Speech and Hearing Science Tests may leave the library under specific circumstances. See the Speech and Hearing Science (SHS) Assessment Instruments page for more information.