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MAP-NWEA Parent InformationAbout NWEA MAP Testing
What Is a RIT score?
Characteristics of the RIT Scale
Parent Toolkit Document - A Guide to NWEA Assessments
What is a Lexile Score?
Find a Book based on interest and Lexile score
Factors that could cause negative growth
NWEA College Readiness Linking Study
- About NWEA MAP Testing
- What Is a RIT score?
It is an accurate scale.
It is an equal interval scale.
It helps to measure growth over time.
It has the same meaning regardless of grade or age of the student.
- ParentToolkit Document - A Guide to NWEA Assessments
- Identify a student's individual reading level.
- Match a learner's reading level with fiction, non-fiction, and instructional materials spanning thousands of books and millions of articles.
- Find a Book based on interest and Lexile score
- Track a student's reading comprehension over time and set goals accordingly.
- Forecast whether a reader will be able to easily comprehend the material.
- Set and track goals for independent reading.
- Plan for disparities between student reading comprehension levels and the readability of assigned materials.
- Easily create customized reading lists for individual students.
- The NWEA College Readiness Linking Study examines the predictive relationship between students' RIT scores on MAP® assessments and the college readiness benchmarks of the EXPLORE®, PLAN®, and ACT® achievement tests. Using the results of this study, educators can predict performance on these assessments' reading, english or math tests based on students' corresponding MAP scores in reading, language usage, and general math.