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raw score) for each of the 4 sections of passage #2 How to determine your scaled score: _________ x 36= _______ /40 = ____________ RawScaled Score Score ACT: Reading General Information: 35 minutes to read 4 passages & answer 40 questions Always in the same order:/if using this method…know your strengths! ACT Reading: Strategies that work: ACT Decoding Key Circle Important names, dates, events… Underline Key points & arguments Star Important ideas, unique things that stand out Remember: You CAN write on the /

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ACT scores more useful and applicable for colleges and students. Goal 2: Make ACT scores as detailed as the New SAT scores will be (subscores on the ACT = Insight Scores on the NSAT) 3 ACT S CORING – C HANGES Subscores also exist to match the New SAT’s Insight Scores/. Perspective Three Intelligent machines challenge our long- standing ideas about what humans are or can be./, analyzing, and fluently solving quadratic and higher-order equations Manipulating polynomials purposefully to solve problems 27%/

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scores is used to determine correlation coefficient. Examples - golf driving distance and order of finish in golf tournament; height and IQ score; weight and order/variability in the standing long jump scores is associated with/scores ©2013, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All Rights Reserved 3-23 Correlation, Regression and Prediction Through multiple correlation-regression analysis, we can predict a score using several other scores. May predict college freshman year grade point average with SAT of ACT score/

How do you determine your score percentile on the math section of the SAT? I just got my score report for the SAT. If I made a 630 on the Math section,

mean ACT score was 18 and the standard deviation was 6. The distribution of ACT scores is approximately normal. Let’s Review Quick Quiz A score of 24 on the ACT in 2009/ how this lesson fits with other lessons (the lesson, however, should still be able to stand on its own)  Reminds the student of important vocabulary  Is as concise as possible / (see tutorial for example of maximum)  The slides use other colors or vary the order of the colors  The slides add new headers/titles that aren’t part of the /

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other organizations in order to develop and improve/ versions to accommodate free-standing colleges, or colleges/divisions/Scores Importance scores How important is it for your program to meet this expectation? Satisfaction scores How satisfied are you that your program is meeting this expectation? Performance gap scores The discrepancy between the expectation (importance score) and the reality (satisfaction score). CAEL Confidential ALI Scores Scores/ PhD FAPS Acting Vice President Higher Education and/

Assessing Higher Order Thinking Skills Vickie Mohnacky April 19, 2011.

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ACT/SUBJECT TESTS Outcomes: 1. To understand the differences between the various college admissions tests. 2.To determine which test would be the most appropriate for your student to take. 3.To identify exactly how to sign up for an admissions test. 4.To become aware of the various resources (prep courses, Princeton Review Assessment) offered to students in order/*Colleges may use these scores for placement purposes. *Nearly one million SAT Subject Tests are taken by students.  Stand out to colleges * /

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etc. Represent the feeling Feel the feeling Act on feelings Epistemic cognition Metacognition (ability to /Representing data & interpreting representations Identifying & classifying Measuring Ordering/comparing along a dimension Quantifying Predicting/inferring Posing questions /able to use legends & other information to infer what something stands for or what a particular pattern means 54 Copyright © 2008/ www.ahaprocess.com 1.Achievement is based on test scores. 2.Accountability (NCLB and AYP) is a numbers /

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person who has qualified TET may also appear again for improving his/her score. 72 Procedure for conduct of the Test The examining body shall formulate a/framework, policy implications and texts. 88 Major shifts in Teacher Education Programme Under standing that the learner needs are to be given priority. The learner is seen/ In order to ensure that the Rights recognized in these legislations viz, The Commission for Protection of Child Rights Act, Right to Education Act, The Persons with Disabilities Act, are/

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Standing and Boxplots THE z SCORE The z score (or standardized value) is the number of standard deviations that a given x value is above or below the mean. It is found using the following expressions. Sample: Population: Round z to two decimal places. EXAMPLE You are filling out an application for college. The application requires either your ACT or SAT I score. You scored/OF THE k TH PERCENTILE Sort the data. (Arrange the data in order of lowest to highest.) The value of the kth percentile is midway between/

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The Secretary’s authority to issue regulations and non-regulatory guidance in order to interpret the provisions of the statute have been significantly circumscribed./ Schools54 Local Assistance Plan Schools (LAP)94 Good Standing Schools346356 Reward Schools4121 6 Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) - Basic Elements of Proposed Regulations The/-end assessments or performance based assessments that combine into an annual summative score, o computer-based, and o Assessments that validate proficiency or demonstrate/


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Interpretation) - any category which requires dramatization of a fictional work - ie acting. Light Interp: Humorous, Humorous Duo, Storytelling Heavy Interp: Prose, Poetry, /in each category. Tab Room - The room where competitor scores are tabulated at a tournament Boards - Two Dimensional visual /Extemporaneous Speakers on a team. Speech Clap - In order to make award ceremonies shorter in length, when 6/ Then for the champion in each category, the audience stands and applauds. Team Sweeps - at the end of each/

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accepted Some highly selective schools also require SAT Subject Tests – You can sometimes substitute the ACT plus writing Research individual college admission policies in order to determine requirements Initial round – spring of junior year (May/June) Second round -/Review) Student is responsible for sending test scores – they are not part of official transcript ACT - each test date stands alone SAT - test record includes all test dates OR you may elect to exercise Score Choice (single date) option You may /


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and ethnicity, and identification photographs; Grades, test scores, evaluations, courses taken, academic specialization and activities,/Act of 2001 as amended to FERPA permits educational agencies and institutions to disclose – without the consent of the student or parent – personally identifiable information from the student’s education record to the Attorney General of the United States or to his designee in response to an ex parte order/ child’s written permission. Parents stand in the same shoes as any/

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Through Percentiles. Suppose you take the SAT test and the ACT test. Not using the chart they provide, can you directly compare your SAT Math score to.

with  = 45 and  = 3.6. In order to qualify for the job, a person can not score lower than 2.5 standard deviations (z score) below the mean. Jonathan scores 35 on this test. Does he get the job? No, he scored 2.78 SD below the mean Sally is taking two different/above the mean, which means that 84% of all scores are below you. But, let’s say you take it again, and now you score a 680. Where do you stand now? After some calculations we can determine that you have a z-score of 1.80 So you are between 1 SD and/

De-escalating the Acting-out individual What do you do? 1) You ask a individual if they need help, He pushes a chair, swears, walks to the other side.

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and him had helped lay and maintain. A. NO CHANGE B. Grandpa and himself C. he and Grandpa D. himself and Grandpa somethingAlways stands for something left out! It’s = It is They’re = They are Don’t = Do not Read as if the apostrophe is /! Reading Success on the ACT Pacing: use your time well The Reading test has 4 passages and 40 questions (35 minutes). The passages appear in the same order on all tests. Prose Fiction Social Sciences Humanities Natural Science Set a goal score 2125/40 correct 2530/40/


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Immobility & Body Mechanics.  Refers to the ability to engage in activity and free movement, which includes walking, running, sitting, standing, lifting,

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1. 2 THE STOMACH, UNDER NORMAL CONDITIONS, PERFORMS THREE MAIN FUNCTIONS.  Firstly, it acts as a place of STORAGE, so that 2 or 3 meals a day can provide.

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“raters” score your essay Each rater is trained and certified to grade the ACT essay Each rater assigns your essay a score on a scale of 1-6 and these scores are added/ lot about in order to be specific A solid example and details that use the example to prove the argument make the difference between a good ACT essay and a / 3 supporting points State your thesis The Thesis Statement The thesis statement identifies where you stand on the topic and should pull the raters into the essay. A good thesis statement/

Standard Deviation and the Normal Model PART 1 RESHIFTING DATA, RESCALING DATA, Z-SCORE.

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