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Around 235-250, but my son got a 267 in the spring

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Q: What is the average sixth grade score for a NWEA test on Math?

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I think the average 7th grade math score is 222, I got 256 :) ---------------------------------------- I am in 5th grade REACH an I got 245. =] ----------------------------------------- I am in 6th grade and I got 284! I'm in 7th. I got a 275 in 6th. In a school enterance test I thought they would obviously accept me in and I got a 240. Now they won't let me in.

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-- Your score is 57 percent.-- Your grade depends on whatever the teacher decides is the grade for 57 percent.-- Personally, I can't imagine a teacher awarding a passing grade for a score of 57 percent.

it means "C" which is average

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no it is not i scored 155 in 6th grade dude that's a terrible score unless you mean 255. I scored a 288 you noobs.

Yes, it's VERY good. Above your grade average!

No; since you refer to a math score (and not a math grade), it is ratio data.

Depends what you are studying.

that's a very good grade when i was in 5th grade i got a 251 i had a 99% range so all in all that's awesome (this is a different person). Good it is is the 95 percentile range

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I think the average 7th grade math score is 222, I got 256 :) ---------------------------------------- I am in 5th grade REACH an I got 245. =] ----------------------------------------- I am in 6th grade and I got 284! I'm in 7th. I got a 275 in 6th. In a school enterance test I thought they would obviously accept me in and I got a 240. Now they won't let me in.

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Grade Point Average (GPA) is the average of your grades using various point scales. Grade Point Index (GPI) is actually an eligibility index that is used for admissions. Elibility Index or GPI calculation: You can calculate your eligibility index by multiplying your grade point average by 800 and adding your combined score on the SAT, using the combined scores earned on the critical reading and math sections. If you took the ACT, multiply your grade point average by 200 and add ten times the ACT composite score. ACT Writing score is not considered in the composite score.

-- Your score is 57 percent.-- Your grade depends on whatever the teacher decides is the grade for 57 percent.-- Personally, I can't imagine a teacher awarding a passing grade for a score of 57 percent.