- Test scores are based on the number of questions you answered correctly. (In other words, you were not penalized for guessing.)
- Each test score provides a useful estimate of your educational development in the area tested. Remember: It is an estimate, not an exact measure.
- You notice there are four subscores in English and mathematics. These scores may indicate specific areas that need improvement.
- The “National Percentile Rank” columns show how you scored in comparison to two groups: a nationally representative group of typical tenth graders and a nationally representative group of college-bound tenth graders. Percents at or below are given for each test score, subscore, and the composite.