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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 EX: 19 answers were correct SCORES Raw Score Standard Scores Percentiles Scaled Scores Grade Equivalent Age Equivalent Stanines T Scores The amount that is correct on a test Julia answered 7 out of 10 questions correct on the test The percentage of people or scores that occur at or below the given score. Ex: Percentile rank of 65 Milly scored in the 65 percentile. Meaning she did as well or better than 65% of her classmates. A score that has been transformed to fit a normal curve,with a mean and standard deviation that remain the same across the ages. EX: Wechsler Intelligence Scales Conversion of a student's raw score on a test to a common scale that allows for numerical comparison between students Range from 1 to 19 with a mean of 10 Hannah scored a 7 on reading and a 14 on math her strength in math is significantly higher than in reading. To express test performancewith a mean of 50 and a standard deviation of 10. T= 50+10z (calculation) Abbreviation for standard nines Type of standard score that has a mean of 5 and SD of 2Range from 1 to 9 EX: A stanine of 9 is 2 SD about the mean (5+2+2) A very general score that is used to compare the performance of children at the same age with one another. Always given in years and months score 10-7 performing as well as the average10 year, 7-month-old child. Very general score that is used to compare the performance of children in the same grade with one another. Almost always given in years and months in school Jules had a grade equivalent score of 2.5 - performing as a student in the second grade, 5th month
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