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    Helo effect, Bluff questions,pool

    1) Scoring is objective and reliable (e.g. no halo effect) .Is it a hallo effect? Does it mean parents ask a teacher for a grade?

    2) Students are not able to "bluff" or "pool" answers. You can ''bluff'' somebody but how can you bluff answers? Is it mean to guess. Does pool here mean to collect ?

    Thank you so much answering my questions.

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    Re: Helo effect, Bluff questions,pool

    Quote Originally Posted by arzgol View Post
    1) Scoring is objective and reliable (e.g. no halo effect) .Is it a hallo effect? Does it mean parents ask a teacher for a grade?

    2) Students are not able to "bluff" or "pool" answers. You can ''bluff'' somebody but how can you bluff answers? Is it mean to guess. Does pool here mean to collect ?

    Thank you so much answering my questions.
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    1) "halo effect" is correct Halo effect - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    2) Yes, pool means to collect in this context. I am unsure about bluff here. I think it means to cheat in this context.
    Last edited by Michael84; 24-Jun-2011 at 03:45. Reason: Add

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