Name Institution Professor Course Date Reliability refers to how consistently a test measures a characteristic. For example, if a person is given a test this week and then given the same test next week will that individual get the same test score as last week or will they get a different score? If the test score yields the same results as last week for the same person who sat the test, then a measure of this individual is considered to be reliable. Reliability means the consistency, trustworthiness and the repeatability of a test. If a person decides to weigh ten pounds of carrots one evening and the scale they sued is reliable, then this same scale should be able to register ten pounds for...