Science and Technology
- Concept inventory, an assessment to reveal student thinking on a topic
- test (Unix), a Unix command for evaluating conditional expressions
- TEST (x86 instruction), an x86 assembly language instruction
- Software testing, the process of verifying that a software program works as expected
- Experiment, a part of the scientific method
- Test (biology), the shell of sea urchins and certain microorganisms
- Test method, a definitive procedure that produces a test result
- Chemical test, a procedure designed to prove the existence of, or to quantify, a particular substance
- Psychological testing, the use of behavioral samples to make inferences about an individual
- Physical test, a method for determining characteristics of a product
- Toxicology testing
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