Reliability and credibility of an Angoff standard setting procedure in progress testing using recent graduates as judges
V der Steeg, CPM Van der Vleuten
Medical Education 33 (11), 832-837.
You need 10 judges for a reliable estimation of the passing score for a progress test.
A Comparison of Standard‐setting Procedures for an OSCE in Undergraduate Medical Education
DM Kaufman, KV Mann, AMM Muijtjens, CPM Van der Vleuten
Academic Medicine 75 (3), 267-271.
Angoff and borderline procedures provide reasonable and defensible approaches to standard setting.
Comparison of a rational and an empirical standard setting procedure for an OSCE
A Kramer, A Muijtjens, K Jansen, H Düsman, L Tan, C Van der Vleuten
Medical Education 37 (2), 132-139.
The Borderline Regression method provides a more credible and reliable standard for an OSCE than a modified Angoff procedure.
A standard setting method with the best performing students as point of reference: Practical and affordable
J Cohen-Schotanus, CPM Van der Vleuten
Medical Teacher 32 (2), 154-160.
If you can't afford expensive standard methods, the Cohen method is an inexpensive alternative.
CPM Van der Vleuten, J Cohen-Schotanus
In: Patil, N. & Chan, L.K. (Eds) Assessment in medical and health sciences education. Hong Kong: Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine (pp. 62-71).
An overview on standard setting methods, why they are needed and what to choose when.