Standardised score interpretation

(4 Posts)
Blossom8 Wed 03-Jun-15 21:47:41

Anyone help me digest this please?

Maths:
Raw Score: 28
Standardised Score: 133

English:
Raw Score: 34
Standardised Score: 132

My child took this at 5yrs 11 months.

How should I interpret these results? I've just been given the assessment booklet but no explanation to the results and its the first time my DD has done these tests. Thanks.

pasbeaucoupdegendarme Wed 03-Jun-15 21:52:12

Standardised score is where they take into account the child's age, so a child who's just 5 and scores a raw score of, say, 24 isn't compared to a child who's almost 6 and scores 24.

100 is average so your dc's scores are pretty hot

AuntieUrsula Wed 03-Jun-15 22:06:02

According to a conversion table we were given by DDs' school once upon a time, a score of 133 would put your child on the 99th centile in that test (ie in the top 1 per cent), and 132 would be the 98th. Not sure if the conversion in your case will be exactly the same but it's definitely good!

Blossom8 Wed 03-Jun-15 22:42:56

Okay thank you, that's good to know. All these lingos they use is just confusing.

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