This study aims to determine the trends of the papers presented in Measurement and Evaluation in Education and Psychology (MEEP) Congresses in Turkey. For that purpose, authors' title and where they work, the subjects, key words, research methods, sample size, data type and data collection tool of the papers presented in MEEP Congresses in 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014 were investigated. In the study, since describing how the trends in the papers presented orally in MEEP congresses and interpreting the existing situation are aimed, the case study which is one of the qualitative research designs was selected as a research design. Data analysis was done using document analysis. The subjects of the papers were generally centered on the following topics: "Scale Development and Implementation", "statistics used in educational research", "standardized tests, selection and placement tests, high-stakes tests". However, "student selection and placement center's implementations" and "ethics" are the subjects that were studied rarely. It is determined that the presented papers were generally in quantitative research methods, especially survey and descriptive research models were used. It is also determined that the most frequently used key words were reliability, validity and measurement and evaluation in these papers.