Parametric test is a test of statistical inference in which assumptions are made about the underlying population distributions, usually that they are normally distributed. Parametric test is likewise, a hypothesis test that uses sample means or sample correlations to evaluate a hypothesis about the corresponding population. Parametric tests rely on sample data consisting of numerical scores.

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