QUALITY ANALYSIS OF TEACHER MADE TESTS IN FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING SUBJECTS
This study aims to determine the quality of teacher-made tests on financial accounting subjects in Vocational High Schools. This research will be directed at descriptive research with a quantitative approach. Data processing techniques in this study followed the item analysis procedure with the help of Anates 4 and Microsoft Excel 2013 applications. The research results obtained are as follows: (1) The validity of teacher-made test items on financial accounting subjects in Vocational High Schools cannot accurately measure learning outcomes; (2) The reliability of teacher-made tests on financial accounting subjects in Vocational High Schools cannot show stable results despite repeated testing of the same subject; (3) Teacher-made tests on financial accounting subjects in Vocational Schools do not have a proportion of degree of difficulty that is suitable for use as a Mid-Semester Assessment Tool; (4) The distinguishing power of tests made by teachers of financial accounting subjects in vocational high schools cannot distinguish students who have mastered the test material (upper or superior group) from students who have not mastered the test material (lower group or user); (5) Multiple choice test distractors made by teachers of financial accounting subjects in Vocational High Schools are not evenly chosen and the key options and deception options do not function effectively.