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Having undertaken a variety of proactive steps to forestall the inclusion of items that might, due to an item's content, have an unwarrantedly adverse impact on students because of any student's personal characteristics, the test-developers then, based on sound methodological guidelines, should carry out a series of empirically based bias-detection studies.

A. Unitalicized negative
B. Advanced vocabulary terms
C. Complex syntax

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    I don't know what your question is about this "sentence," is but this is a bunch of gibberish. Not only is the vocabulary obtuse, but the sentence structure is a nightmare!

  • Education -

    It was actually a question I was given in my education class... I have to pick the best answer that fits the statement.

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    Since my answer isn't listed (gibberish and nightmare don't seem to be one of your choices), I'll go for C.

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    I think the answer is B. Others can be but i feel B are more true

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