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Old 07-03-2012, 09:24 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I just received the test results from my second grader's NJASK testing.  I do not understand the results and after looking all over the web can't figure out if she did well, average or poor.  

 

She received the following score on the TCS/2 during the testing of - 1014

 

They said it was a combination of the TCS/2 and cognitive skills index.

 

But they talked about a mean of 84-116 so her score of 1014 doesn't make sense.  Can anyone help me to make sense of this???  

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For the TCS/2, our scores were on a little sticker with each subtest percentiles by age and grade, and the CSI score on the left side. The cognitive scores index is a quasi-IQ, and represents an averaging of each subtest. Does that help?

No, I can't make sense of that number, either.
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