SKRIPSI Jurusan Sastra Inggris - Fakultas Sastra UM, 2017

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Test and Item Analysis on the English First Semester Summative Test for Second Grade Students in Academic Year 2016/2017

Putro Bagus Wahida Machtowil

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ABSTRACT

 

Machtowil, Putro Bagus Wahida. 2017. Test and Item Analysis on the English First Semester Summative Test for Second Grade Students of SMA Negeri 1 Turen in Academic Year 2016/2017. Thesis. Department of English. Faculty of Letters. Universitas Negeri Malang. Supervisor: (I) Prof. Dr. Gunadi Harry Sulistyo, M.A. (II) Dr. Sintha Tresnadewi, M.Pd.

 

Keywords: test item analysis, content validity, reliability, item discrimination, level of difficulty, effectiveness of distracters

 

This research aims to analyze the quality on the English first semester summative test for second grade students of SMA Negeri 1 Turen in academic year 2016/2017 in terms of content validity, reliability, item discrimination, level of difficulty, and effectiveness of distracters.

This research is categorized as qualitative-quantitative research. The subjects of the research are 209 second grade students of SMA Negeri 1 Turen. The data were collected through documentation. The test consists of 50 multiple choiced. Those items are analyzed based on the content validity, reliability, item discrimination, level of difficulty, and effectiveness of distracters. The data are analyzed by using Anates program version 4.10 and aMicrosoft Excel program.

The result of this research shows that: First, based on the content validity, 49 items or 98% are valid. While the invalid item only 1 item because the item does not have correct answer. Next, based on the reliability, it can be concluded that the test has low reliability because the reliability of the test was 0.78.The standard reliability of multiple choice items is 0.85. Based on the item discrimination, there are 3 items that are categorized as negative (6%), there are 14 items that categorized as non-discriminating (28%), there are 17 items categorized as poorly discriminating (34%), 14 items that are categorized as fairly discriminating (28%), and 2 items categorized as discriminating (4%). Also, based on the level of difficulty, there are 10 items categorized as difficulty items (20%), 21 items categorized as moderate items (42%), and 18 items categorized as easy items (36%). Finally, based on effectiveness of distracters, the test has good distracters because 64% of the distracters are effective.

Based on the research result, all of the items are suitable with the categories of good items. Only one number (item 33) that needs to be changed because the question does not have a correct answer.