Practice Test Scores - How does Piqosity calculate it

Posted by Ce A on
Ce
Student

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I got a 7,7,8 and 6, why does my cumulative score show that I got a 5? None of my scores were a 5 at all. I want to know why it says I got a 5.

Shelby
Admin

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Posted by Shelby Joe on

Hey students, for the ISEE courses the "cumulative" score at the top (scored test) or on the left (dashboard) is simply an average of all of your topic scores.

For example, if you scored a 4 in verbal reasoning, a 5 in quantitative reasoning, a 6 in reading comprehension, and a 4 in mathematics achievement, your average score would be a 4.75, which Piqosity would round up to 5 (4 + 5 + 6 + 4 = 19; 19/4 = 4.75).

There is no "average" or "cumulative" score on the actual ISEE test. This number is just "for your information" so that you can quickly see the average of your sub-scores.

John
Student

Posts: 1

Posted by John Creigh on

Same question here.

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