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standard score

[′stan·dərd ′skȯr]
(statistics)
A test score converted or transformed into a common scale, such as standard units, to effect a more reasonable scale of measurement in order to make comparisons between different tests. Also known as standard measure.
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DAYC-CD standard scores for the three children who were not receiving language therapy but whom teachers identified as having LI that required services were as follows: J.
(6.) This correlation departed substantially from zero because the mean unsquared standard score departed substantially from zero.
For the beliefs component, standard score means for the urban and rural groups were -.23 (SD = .48) and .05 (SD = .52), respectively.
Furthermore, Table 1 shows that students initially eligible for Tier 3 had standard scores about 1.5 standard deviations lower than peers in Tier 1 and that students in Tier 2 had mean standard scores between a half to a whole standard deviation lower than students in Tier 1.
The mean score gain was 6 responses correct (raw score), 3.4 points (standard score), 4.8 months (actual age-equivalent), and .8 months (corrected age-equivalent).
Mean Scores on Academic Achievement Measures by Age 14 15 16 17 n n n n M(SD) M(SD) M(SD) M(SD) WJIII Standard Scores Letter-word 17 94 163 127 Identification 93.26 84.48 86.26 86.83 (12.18) 20.44) (19.51) (17.00) Word Attack 18 93 161 122 93.06 86.63 86.06 85.98 (14.23) (17.95) (18.64) (16.62) Passage Comprehension 17 94 161 127 90.41 84.14 82.55 85.00 (13.02) (17.21) (19.92) (20.32) Table 6.
Scores for the free/reduced-cost lunch group were generally 9 to 13 standard score points lower than those for the non-reduced-cost or free lunch group, the largest difference being the Vocabulary scores (see Table 5).
The correlation between self-perceived competence in reading at time 1 and time 1 reading standard scores was 0.463 (p<0.001), and between self-perceived competence in mathematics and time 1 mathematics standard scores was 0.394 (p<0.001).
True Positive is a correct detection in the clustering algorithm when a worker classified into the abnormal cluster has exhibited an abnormal job pattern on a certain standard score basis.
As a result, users can calculate a variety of quantitative and qualitative scores including subtest and composite standard scores, score discrepancies, and reliable change scores.
The inclusion criteria were as follows: (a) be identified as having ASD by the school district, (b) have an active individualized education program and receive services for ASD, (c) be enrolled in one's last year of preschool with a plan to enter kindergarten the next year, (d) have no known co-occurring neurological or genetic disorders (e.g., Down syndrome, fragile X), (e) be able to use two-or three-word phrases and follow simple directions, and (f) have a minimum standard score of 55 on the Expressive One-Word Picture Vocabulary Test (Martin & Brownell, 2011).

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