Is there a max RIT score a student can get?

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Is there a max RIT score a student can earn on their test?

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A student's score on any MAP Growth test is a function of both the proportion of questions answered correctly and the difficulty of the questions asked. A valid RIT score is considered to be between 100-350 for MAP Growth and 100-320 for Client-Server MAP. A student can test outside of this range, but their score will be invalidated for being outside the overall valid range.

You may also refer to Appendix C of the 2015 Norms Study which show the percentiles of each score for each subject and term. Although these are by no means the maximum scores possible, it does give you an idea of the upper levels of RIT scores.

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