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Interpret Test Results

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Dear Parents,

Thank you for testing with TheMeasuringStick. The interpretation of scores is based on information contained in the G.E.D. Exam Book, printed by Prentice Hall, 13th edition, 1993.

The over-all score shown at the top of the list of scores on your student's test results indicates the level your student is capable of performing generally. Each of the scores in the specific subjects listed determines what grade-level has been achieved on those areas, thus you can see each area of strength and weakness.

If your child has scored 60% or greater in each of the 28 categories of the HSGED test, he or she is almost ready to take an accredited, proctored GED test. The only thing he or she needs to work on is the essay part of the GED test. 

If your child has scored 80% or higher in each subject on the Senior Elementary Test, he or she is probably ready to take the higher level Diagnostic Exam next time (HSGED Test). However, if you want to continue to compare scores from the same type of test throughout the year, you may request Senior Elementary Test B. In 90 days you can then request Senior Elementary Test C.

If your child has scored 80% or higher in each subject on the Junior Elementary Test, he or she is probably ready to take the Senior Elementary Test next time. However, if you want to continue to compare scores from the same type of test throughout the year, you may request Junior Elementary Test B. In 90 days you can then request Junior Elementary Test C.

We suggest that you file these items so that you can refer back to them each time your student is tested, and compare scores and learning skills.

You may want to consider testing in another 90 days to track progress in areas where weaknesses need to be strengthened. According to professional research, students who are tested once or twice during the school year, instead of just once at year-end, can progress faster. Obviously students' learning development can thus be monitored much more efficiently.

We hope this testing has been a positive and helpful experience for you and your student. Let us know if we can be of further assistance to you in the education of your family.

Sincerely,

Craig & Larene Spitler
TheMeasuringStick
http://www.TheMeasuringStick.com

HSGED Series Diagnostic
Test Scores
and Grade Level
Equivalents


(Interpretation of scores is based on information contained in the G.E.D. Exam Book, printed by Prentice Hall, 13th edition, 1993)

Senior Elementary
Test Scores
and Grade Level
Equivalents

(Interpretation of scores is based on information gathered from credible Public Education sources.)

Junior Elementary
Test Scores
and Grade Level
Equivalents

(Interpretation of scores is based on information gathered from credible Public Education sources.)

% SCORE LEVEL
0%-22% Junior High School
22%-31% High School Freshman
32%-41% High School Sophomore
42%-51% High School Junior
52%-61% High School Senior
62%-71% College Freshman
72%-81% College Sophomore
82%-91% College Junior
92%-100% College Senior
% SCORE LEVEL
0%-10% Third Grade
11%-30% Fourth Grade
31%-50% Fifth Grade
51%-70% Sixth Grade
71%-90% Seventh Grade
91%-100% Eighth Grade
% SCORE LEVEL
0%-10% Preschool
11%-30% Kindergarten
31%-50% First Grade
51%-70% Second Grade
71%-90% Third Grade
91%-100% Fourth Grade

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