Student Growth Models
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When inserting student scores, it works best if you convert
your scores into percentages for this growth model sheet.
For example, a student with 5 out of 18 correct has a 28%.
You would then put 100 in the yellow box below and report
your student score as 28. This will allow you to view all
information presented on this sheet as a percentages.
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STUDENTSPREASSESSMENT
RESULTS
Possible points +
student score
divided by 2
Score Range Expected
0-40 60
41-55 70
56-70 80
71-85 90
86-100 95
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