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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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28); the result corresponds to a 153% increase in the raw score between the 25th and 75th percentile of DEHP metabolites (holding all covariates constant at their mean value) This association among girls was null, and the interaction p-value for the difference between boys and girls was not significant (pint = 0.
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.
Quality of life scores in women with symptomatic RTI/STI Domains RTI/STI present Raw score Transformed score Physical (7-35) 17.
Mike demonstrated the most obvious difference score (21 for raw score, 16 for standard score, 8 for actual age-equivalent, and 4 months for corrected age-equivalent), while Eddie displayed the smallest difference scores (6 for raw score, 1 for standard score, 2 for actual age-equivalent, and -2 for corrected age-equivalent).
Raw Score Conversion (Pre[right arrow]Posttest): [r.
The raw score results by gender in Table 2 indicate that males and females were very similar with regard to their spelling subtest mean raw scores (36.
Therefore, three different measures of student score performance are included in this study: the change in the raw score (RAWSCORE[DELTA]), the change in the percentile score (PERCENTILE[DELTA])), and the change in the z-score (Z-SCORE[DELTA]).
One goal of the ACHCA Leadership Award is to provide administrators with performance score ranking and specific information on what consumers may see in the CMS data when they are selecting nursing facility providers; it provides both a comparative score as well as the raw score for specific performance dimensions.
The measurement is reported in the form of both a raw score and a percentile ranking comparing a given hospital to its "peers.
THE QUESTION SHOULD ACTUALLY BE, "IS A RAW score comparison a fair and accurate measure between the two groups?
You need more contextual information before a raw score such as this even begins to be useful.