How is the TerraNova Test Scored?
The TerraNova achievement scores indicate how well the child is doing in relation to students across the country. The scores are returned in National Percentiles The 50th percentile means that a student is on grade level.
The following are types of scores used to report the TerraNova test results:
- Scaled score
- National Percentile Rank and Stanine
- ACSI Percentile Rank
- Normal Curve Equivalent
- Cognitive Skills Index (PTCS and InView)
- Anticipated Achievement Score (PTCS and InView)
- Objectives Performance Index
- Lexile for grades 1 – 8
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