# Norms

- Adjusting Percentile Lines and Color-Codings on Student Graphs
- Does the percentile for a benchmark assessment change based on when you give it?
- How come I don't see benchmark percentiles for reading but I do for math?
- How do benchmark/progress-monitoring raw scores and percentile ranks relate to each other over the year?
- How do I find out if a student is at risk?
- How do they easyCBM percentile math test scores compare to MAP test scores>
- How do you calculate/interpret percentiles? Why does a perfect score not always equate to the 99th percentile?
- How often are the easyCBM norms updated?
- How were norms for the benchmark and progress monitoring assessments calculated?
- I noticed the Math percentiles changed in the summer of 2020. How are the percentiles chosen for the easyCBM progress monitor tests?
- If a student's IEP accommodations allow for the use of calculators for math assessments, do the norms still apply to these students?
- In the norms table, I have a student performing above the percentile. How do I find their actual percentile?
- Interpreting Norms
- Norm Calculation
- On the Detailed Percentiles Table, the grade 7 MCRC table has 20 questions for Fall but only 19 for Winter and 18 for Spring. All of the MCRC grade 7 tests have 20 questions so why isnâ€™t this reflected in the percentiles table?
- Percentile Rankings and Norm Scores
- Troubleshooting: Why am I seeing multiple percentile lines on a graph?
- Troubleshooting: Why are the percentile lines not showing?
- Understanding Percentile Rank
- Using raw scores and percentile ranks to interpret student performance