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I do work in cadence. But hope the methods will be similar.
1. Setteling Time==> Connect the OPAMP in -ve feedback configuration. Give a step (a square wave will do also) to the input (+ve). The Magnitude of the step should cover the full scale (ICMR- to ICMR+). Now watch the transient response
2. give very small signal at i/p (say 0.1mv to 2mv magnitude) and look for the transient response in open loop configuration.
3. Slew rate==> a bit confusing. For lookig the maximum slew rate you can measure the slope of the first response (to measure the slope; press two cursors at the middle of the output).
for Diff-amp: (analog design books)
1. Razavi ==> availabe in this board
2. Allen Holl berg etc...
Here I think the classic thinks applies well. For MOS, do it by Current Mirror (definitely mismatch comes into picture). For BJT/HBT-> a bit confusing, better is an one ended output....can get some idea from "Grey...Meyer..." book (four author. This is available in this EDABoard...