Forensic Science Assessment Test Law and Legal Definition

The Forensic science assessment test is an academic assessment tool developed by the representatives of the American Board of Criminalistics, Forensic Educators Programs Accreditation Commission, Council of Forensic Science Educators, and the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors to ensure the accountability and continued improvement of forensic science programs.

The Forensic Science Assessment Test may provide a practical and healthy component of assessing the relative academic strengths and weaknesses of forensic science graduate and undergraduate programs and student outcomes. Results form this test can be used by students to show prospective employers their level of forensic science knowledge. Main syllabus of the test is crime laboratory and it covers areas of law, ethics, safety, and photography.