56.On a subtest of a standardized test, Nikki gets 45 : 1200630.
56.On a subtest of a standardized test, Nikki gets 45 items correct of a possible 50. Of the following, the most valid conclusion is:
a.Nikki is in stanine 9.
b.Nikki has raw score of 45.
c.Nikki is in the 90th percentile (45/50 = 90%).
d.Nikki has a raw score of 90.
57.Jill correctly answered 15 items on a 50-item, 150-point biology test. The 15 items represents Jill’s:
58.Mike, a beginning fourth grader, takes a standardized test and gets a grade-equivalent score of 5.5. Of the following, the best interpretation of this score is:
a.Mike is capable of doing work that is equivalent to the work done by students halfway through the fifth grade.
b.Mike’s score equals the average score obtained by a fifth grader in the fifth month of school.
c.Mike is a year and a half ahead of his grade level.
d.Mike has the IQ of an average fifth grader.
59.Which of the following is most closely related to z-score?
60.The range of possible percentiles for a standardized test score is called:
b.the standard deviation.
d.a percentile band.
61.A percentile band takes into account:
a.the possibility of measurement error of the test.
b.the possibility of cheating on the test.
c.the range of possible answers to test items.
d.the lack of validity of the test.
Use the following information for items 62-65.
A subtest of a standardized test has a mean of 40 with a standard deviation of 4. (Assume a very large sample so the test results nearly fit a normal distribution.) Cindy scores a 46 on the subtest. Cory scores a 44 on the same subtest.
62. Based on this information, the best approximation of the following of Cindy’s percentile rank is:
63.Of the following, the best description of Cory’s stanine is:
64.Cory’s z-score on the subtest would be:
65.Cory’s T-score on the subtest would be:
56.On a subtest of a standardized test, Nikki gets 45 : 1200630