The Report Writer tab tables test data using the SNP/CHC model. This means that the system can automatically categorize and classify subtest data based on skill, even if the tests use different scoring standards.
To do this, we support a variety of scoring standards, including Standard scores, scaled scores, percentile ranks, and cumulative percentile range. Regardless of which standard is used, the Report Writer can generate tables based on the normative classification for that skill.
Here's a breakdown of how we calculate the normative classification for each scoring standard:
To make it easy to tell how the data was tabled Report Writer uses the following formatting of the score in the table:
- Standard Score (STDS): denoted by Normal Text
- Example: 70
- Scaled Score (SS): denoted by the score in between Parenthesis
- Example: (7)
- Percentile Rank (PR): denoted by the score in italics with the % symbol
- Example: 80%
- Percentile Rank Range (PRR) / Cumulative Percentile Ranges (CPR): denoted by the range in italics with the % symbol
- Example: 80 - 100%