I have searched over and over for a RIT scale score for this year's MAP assessments for grade levels K-6. Is there one out there that gives the score and indicates if they are below, on level, or above????
Hi, Casey. I'm going to see if Danielle Kerns has some suggestions.
Hi Casey. Can you clarify please? Are you looking for the Normative Data document that shows the typical score by grade level and season?
Say I have Avery in 4th grade and her RIT score was 206 in Math........is
there a chart out there that provides a below basic, basic, proficient,
advanced that ties with that score of 206??? I know we are focused on
growth of the individual student, but is there a chart out there that
provides this information to show the teacher if the student is below, on,
or above their projected grade level?
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Thank you Casey, that is helpful. I am tagging some of our consultants in order to provide you with information on this topic.
Yvonne Sorenson Virginia Williams Jeff Gangloff Danielle Kerns
Hi Casey, you can view the projected proficiency reports to see how their scores will correlate to your state test and how they are projected to perform when taken. Most of the other reports will provide a RIT score and percentile that compares them to that specific norm group. Here are some helpful articles that may provide you with more information on what you are looking for: Norms Study and related documents and What is a percentile rank? Please feel to reach out to Partner Support if you have any more questions about this.
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