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Understanding Your Scores

Determining Whether You Passed the Test

Content Category Score Interpretation

  • The scoring information in the test content category on your score report can help you identify content areas where further study may improve your test score.
  • In each content category, compare your "raw points earned" with the maximum number of points you could have earned ("raw points available"). The greater the difference, the greater the opportunity to improve your score by further study.

Putting Your Scores in Perspective

Your score report indicates:

  • your score
  • the range of possible scores
  • the raw points available in each content category
  • the range of the middle 50 percent of scores on that test

If you have taken the same test or another test in The School Leadership Series over the last 10 years, your score report lists the highest score you earned on each test.

Pretest Questions

SLS tests may include pretest questions — new questions that are being evaluated for possible use in future editions of the test.

  • Pretest questions are not identified in order to assess how test takers respond to them under actual testing conditions.
  • Pretest questions do not count toward the score.

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