How is the Ravens Matrices Test Scored?
Scoring on the Raven’s Progressive Matrices is based on two factors:
How many out of the 60 matrices problems the tester correctly solved.
For each question, the correct response is given a score of 1. Any of the 5 to 7 incorrect responses is given a score of 0. The maximum score on the Ravens Matrices Test is 60.
The age of the tester.
For each age group, N number of correct answers corresponds to a certain percentile score. As a student’s age increases, she or he has to get more correct answers in order to earn the same percentage score.
The raw score is typically converted to a percentile rank using the appropriate norms. This percentile rank is age-based or grade-based. It indicates the percent of the norm group of students who scored lower than your child. Example: A score of 88th percentile indicates that 88% of the students in the same age or grade category scored lower than your child.
Generally, a score in the 95th percentile or above would indicate that a child is highly gifted in terms of intelligence.
The Raven’s Matrices Test scores are relatively unaffected by ethnic and language background.
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