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Looking at TCAP scores. Student History Report. Your report shows TCAP scores from 3,4,and 5 grades. It also has your writing assessment. The scores are located on the line graph and below in the chart. The line graph. There are 3 lines on your line graph.

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### Looking at TCAP scores

Student History Report

• There are 3 lines on your line graph.

• The one the has a triangle is your score.

• Trace your score with a highlighter.

• The diamond line is your former school score.

• The circle line is Rutherford County’s score.

• Are you above or below the other 2 lines?

• Now let’s focus on the chart at the bottom.

Highlight the column that says 2012(5).

There are 3 scores.

The State NCE score is your score on the test.

%ile score is what percentile you score in. For example, If you were in a line of 100 students, your %ile score is how many of those students your performed better than.

BB – below basic

B – basic

P – Proficient

From year to year, you can look at your scores and see if you have gotten better.

You should have a POSITIVE number!

• Look at your list of tests. Find the TCAP practice test. Write it on the Student pattern report.

• This is only a prediction of how well you might do on the actual test.

• Are you on the right track?

That little row of numbers…score you had to get to be proficient in that area

• 1- language 71

• 2 – vocabulary 76

• 3 – writing 64

• 4 – media 76

• 5 – logic 81

• 6- informational text 71

• 7- literature 79

• 8 – reading composite (total) 74

• 9 – language composite (total) 70