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raw score

[′rȯ ′skȯr]
(statistics)
Any number as it originally appears in an experiment; for example, in evaluating test results the raw scores express the number of correct answers, uncorrected for position in the reference population.
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Table 1 shows the raw scores and developmental ages obtained.
The results also argue that, after one year of cognitive acceleration lessons, students who were performing significantly lower than students of the same age were achieving a comparable raw score on Task II and therefore operating at a similar cognitive level.
Notice that correlation coefficients reported in Table 5 (for the relationship between raw scores and the weighted scores) range from 0.
Test of Gross Motor Development--Second Edition (TGMD-2) Locomotor and Object Control Total Raw Scores
Both editions produce total correct raw scores which are converted into scaled scores with a mean of 10 and a standard deviation of 3.
While raw scores are modeled as the dependent variables in FA models, in the context of IRT, the dependent variable is the conditional probability of observing a specific score on an item, given individual and item parameters.
The CBCL provides raw scores for each of the scales, computed by summing parent ratings (0 = "not true," 1 = "somewhat true," 2 = "often true") for the individual items of each scale.
Further, raw scores for different tests (even different tests of the same construct) cannot be compared with one another, because the same raw score can mean different things for different tests based on factors such as the number of items, type of items, minimum and maximum scores, item difficulty, time limits, and process for calculating raw scores.
Finally, the scales measuring response consistency, the TRIN (True Response Inconsistency) and VRIN (Variable Response Inconsistency) scales, and [absolute value of F-Fb] (Greene, 2008), taking as an inconsistency cut-off point a raw score [greater than or equal to] 13 on the VRIN and, TRIN, and for the [absolute value of F-Fb] a raw score above 6.
Our finding that there was a significant difference in the WMS raw score of controls and subjects is to be expected as norms on the WMS for individuals aged above 70 years are lower than those of young adults[21], and age has been found to predict WMS subset scores[17].
Raw scores and GMQ data Normal weight Minimum Maximum Mean (SD) Raw score-locomotor 26 37 31.
t-Test for Equality of Group Means by Intervention Group Variables Groups Treatment Control Knowledge Baseline raw score M (SD) 12.