# What is the scale score for STAAR?

## What is the scale score for STAAR?

The scale score takes into account the difficulty level of the specific set of questions based on the test. It quantifies a student’s performance relative to the passing standards or proficiency levels. To see all available STAAR resources, visit the STAAR Resources webpage.

**What does raw score mean on EOC?**

Raw Score—the actual number of points a student earns by answering questions correctly, partially correct, or incorrectly.

**What is a raw score range?**

The raw score is an untransformed score from a measurement. Raw Data. Statistical data in its original form, before any statistical techniques are used to refine, process, or summarize. Ex. When a person gets 85 answers correct on a 100 item test, the raw score= 85.

### What is the raw score on a test?

The basic score on any test is the raw score, which is simply the number of questions a student answered correctly. You can interpret a raw score only in terms of a particular set of test questions. A scale score is a conversion of the raw score onto a scale that is common to all test forms for that assessment.

**How do you read STAAR test results?**

The STAAR scale score allows comparison of the student’s score with the score ranges of the Did Not Meet Grade Level, Approaches Grade Level, Meets Grade Level, and Masters Grade Level performances. The scale score indicates how far the student’s achievement is above or below these performance standards.

**How are EOC scores calculated?**

The EOC test score shall count a percentage of the student’s final grade for the course. The percentage must be between 15 and 30 percent inclusive, and shall be determined by the local district. The LDOE provides conversion tables to help districts factor the EOC tests scores into final course grades.

#### How do you scale a test score?

A common method: Find the difference between the highest grade in the class and the highest possible score and add that many points. If the highest percentage grade in the class was 88%, the difference is 12%. You can add 12 percentage points to each student’s test score.

**How do you calculate scale score?**

Specifically, a mean scale score is calculated by adding all individual student scores and dividing by the number of total scores. It can also be referred to as an average.

**How do I check my Texas EOC scores?**

STAAR/EOC Test Scores

- Go to www.TexasAssessment.gov.
- On the Texas Assessment Data Portal: Enter the access code and the student’s date of birth. Then, click on “Login To Student Portal”