## Help Center : Teacher Edition

### Percentile

#### Percentile Ranks and Color Coding

In the Teacher Deluxe and District accounts, you actually control the color coding for percentile ranks. To update your settings,

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#### 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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#### How do you calculate/interpret percentiles? Why does a perfect score not always equate to the 99th percentile?

The formula for calculating percentiles is given as: B / T * 100 = percentile T = Total number of

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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