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```Student:
Teacher:
School:
Yes
Yes
Proficient
On track for
College and
Quantile
Framework &reg; 1080Q
for Mathematics
State
4
Achievement
Level
2012-13
District
65
Percentile
(2012-13
Norming Year)
School
256
Student
Levels *
230
1
240
250
2 3
260
4
270
3 - Scale Score Comparisons
Scale Score
Fall 2014-15
End-of-Course
Math I
2 - Student&acute;s Scores
5
280
* An achievement level of 3 indicates the student is proficient in the grade-level knowledge and skills assessed by the test. An achievement level of 4 or 5 indicates the student is proficient and has
met the college-and-career readiness standard which is a part of federal reporting.
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Level 4 students are usually successful when justifying and
extending relationships of rational exponents and developing
and using appropriate units, quantities, and scale to solve
multi-step problems. These students are typically able to
develop expressions, equations, and inequalities from
context and use them to correctly solve multi-step
problems. Level 4 students are usually able to use complex
reasoning to model, interpret, explain, and apply key
features of linear, exponential, and quadratic functions. In
geometry, they can apply and implement precise definitions
and formulas to algebraically prove geometric theorems in
the coordinate plane. Students are typically able to
summarize, represent, and interpret data for both one
variable and two variables and precisely compute and
interpret linear models that represent data.
Students performing at this level have solid command of
the knowledge and skills contained in the Common Core
State Standards (CCSS) for Mathematics assessed at the
end of Math I and are academically prepared to engage
successfully in more rigorous studies in this content area.
They are also on track to become academically prepared to
engage successfully in credit-bearing, first-year
Mathematics courses without the need for remediation.
1 - Student&acute;s Achievement Level Descriptor
This report provides information about your student’s score on this End-of-Course test given in 2014-15. The score
on this test is only one of the many indicators of how well your student is achieving. Test scores should always be
considered along with all other available information provided about your student. See the reverse side of this report
for an explanation of information provided on this report.
End-of-Course