<assessment> A scaled score is a score derived from the original raw score on a test.

A scaled score carries mathematical properties that allow these scores to be examined in a variety of ways. Generally, it can be said that the scaled scores have a wide range and are of equal interval. There is the same distance from one scaled score unit to the next across the entire scale. However, this does not mean that there is an equal scaled score interval between two raw score units.

(10 Mar 2006)

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