Q: Does colored paper affect math scores?

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Paper used for math is called grapging paper!!

Standardized test scores for males in science and math sections have become slightly lower than what they used to be. For females the scores have been raising.

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And how else do you expect to improve your math skills, if not by studying???And how else do you expect to improve your math skills, if not by studying???And how else do you expect to improve your math skills, if not by studying???And how else do you expect to improve your math skills, if not by studying???

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it has been said that the use of green blue or gray paper will contribute to higher scores

During my experiment, i found that students who used yellow paper rather than red or white paper were the ones who performed better on their tests. Each test contained 10 questions and was given to 30 students equally.

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Distractions in the classroom.

SAT verbal scores over 500 75%, SAT math scores over 500 76%, SAT verbal scores over 600 36%, SAT math scores over 600 34%, SAT verbal scores over 700 10%, SAT math scores over 700 10%, and also the GPA must be 3.4 or better.

Paper used for math is called grapging paper!!

Test Scores for 2006-2007 SAT verbal scores over 500 70%, SAT math scores over 500 66%, ACT scores over 18 94%, SAT verbal scores over 600 25%, SAT math scores over 600 21%, ACT scores over 24 33%, SAT verbal scores over 700 4%, SAT math scores over 700 3%, ACT scores over 30 2%

they devote most of their time in studying math

Standardized test scores for males in science and math sections have become slightly lower than what they used to be. For females the scores have been raising.

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And how else do you expect to improve your math skills, if not by studying???And how else do you expect to improve your math skills, if not by studying???And how else do you expect to improve your math skills, if not by studying???And how else do you expect to improve your math skills, if not by studying???

No. The math scores of two or more different grade levels are not comparable. Different grade levels have different comprehension and knowledge standards.