Cheating on standardized tests has been a major
concern as it potentially minimizes measurement precision. One
major way to reduce cheating by collusion is to administer multiple
forms of a test. Even with this approach, potential collusion is still
quite large. A Latin-square treatment structure for distributing
multiple forms is proposed to further reduce the colluding potential.
An index to measure the extent of colluding potential is also
proposed. Finally, with a simple algorithm, the various Latin-squares
were explored to find the best structure to keep the colluding
potential to a minimum.