Como se dice "pretest" and "posttest"?
I'm working on a research study, and we need to say these words. Can anyone offer a Spanish translation/equivalent term for these words?
Thanks in advance!
Sometimes it is less confusing to Spanish speakers if we use the "long form" of interpration. When I interpret with the schools, I tell parents we will administer a test before the class begins and another test after class ends so that we can measure progress.
Here is my suggested interpretation, "Vamos a dar un exam antes que comienza la clase y un otro examen despues de la clase para que podemos hacer la medida del progreso."