## Help Center : Teacher Edition

### Norms

#### In the norms table, I have a student performing above the percentile. How do I find their actual percentile?

Once the raw score gets to where it's associated with the 99th percentile, there’s no reason to keep giving additional

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#### I noticed the Math percentiles changed in the summer of 2020. How are the percentiles chosen for the easyCBM progress monitor tests?

The raw score-percentile associations changed around the summer of 2020 because we recalculated the norms for all easyCBM measures using

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#### Where do I find the Norms and Percentiles tables?

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#### How do I find out if a student is at risk?

Overall, risk is not an either/or situation as both the raw score and percentile rank viewed over time are important when interpreting students’ performance

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#### Does the percentile for a benchmark assessment change based on when you give it?

For example, will a student who takes the Fall benchmark assessment in November get the same percentile ranking as another student

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#### How do benchmark / progress-monitoring raw scores and percentile ranks relate to each other over the year?

The norms (percentile rankings relative to raw scores) change from season to season. The benchmark raw score/percentile ranks match up

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#### 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 isn’t this reflected in the percentiles table?

easyCBM tests are largely norm-references fundamental skills assessments. Thus, a student’s performance is compared to national norms––scores based on a large nationally-representative group of

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#### If a student’s IEP accommodations allow for the use of calculators for math assessments, do the norms still apply to these students?

The answer is “yes” because students with learning disabilities, including those who use routine IEP accommodations like calculators for math,

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#### When will the easyCBM assessments be updated?

The current easyCBM norms were developed in November 2016. Norms tend not to change too drastically over time. For instance,