MAP Scores

RIT scores (from the MAP test) with the corresponding standard grade level for the scores. This means if you are in eighth grade and you score above a 223, you’re reading at a slightly higher grade level than the eighth grade. Conversely, if you have a score of 215, you’re reading skills are two grades below your actual grade.

Grade Fall Spring Growth
1 160 173 13
2 179 190 11
3 192 200 8
4 201 207 6
5 208 212 4
6 213 216 3
7 217 219 2
8 220 223 3
9 222 224 2

For more information, see the NWEA web site.

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