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posted by Karen Quinn, The Testing Mom - January 8th, 2012
The OLSAT test results set sights on placing the students’ accomplishment into perspective. OSALT results include the verbal and nonverbal scores which in turn forms part of the total score. The total score in the OLSAT results is, on the whole, the marker and guide of the learning ability of the students from kindergarten to high school.
Aside from the total score, the OLSAT results also include the SAIs or the School Ability Indexes. These SAI gives percentile ranks depending on the grade level (kindergarten, elementary and high school), age, and scaled scores of the student, as well as the normal curve equivalents. SAIs has a mean of 100, with a standard deviation of 16. Correspondingly, the SAIs specifies the scores of the students as measured with his or her age peers.
OLSAT results also give parents and educators custom-made reports and test results for individual students, or by school or district. OLSAT results are also available online, which helps educators to create reports and analyze data. OLSAT results can also be transferred to your schools through the Pearson Scoring Center or through a web based report.
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