Running head: RESEARCH STATISTICS
A raw score is a score based on the number of items or questions that were correctly
solved or answered in a particular test or subtest. For instance, if a test has 15 questions, and a
child is able to correctly answer ten questions, the raw score will be 10. In most cases, this raw
score is then converted to a standard score. Standard score utilizes a range technique such as a
score ranging from 85 to 115 can be categorized as an average range. With a standa...
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