Predictive validity is the xtent to which a measure accurately forecasts how a person will think, act, and feel in the future; the extent to which test scores correlate with scores on other relevant measures administered at some point in the future. Moreover, Predictive validity is defined as a form of criterion validity in which test scores of applicants are compared at a later date with a measure of job performanc; a type of validity demonstrated when scores obtained from a measure accurately predict behavior according to a theory.

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