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Attainment is the RiT score the student achieved.

Attainment is important because it allows us to measure whether a child is achieving at grade, above grade or below grade.
MATH
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Winter

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October 2014

March 2015

June 2015

Grade 1

163

174

181

Grade 2

177

186

192

Grade 3

191

198

203

Grade 4

202

209

213

Grade 5

212

218

222

Grade 6

218

222

226

Grade 7

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Grade 8

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Fall

Winter

Spring

October 2014

March 2015

June 2015

Grade 2

174

185

189

Grade 3

190

197

200

Grade 4

199

205

207

Grade 5

206

210

211

Grade 6

211

214

216

Fall

Winter

Spring

October 2014

March 2015

June 2015

Grade 7

214

217

218

Grade 1

161

172

178

Grade 8

216

218

219

Grade 2

175

184

189

Grade 3

188

196

199

Grade 4

198

204

206

Grade 5

206

210

212

Grade 6

211

214

216

Grade 7

215

217

218

Grade 8

217

219

220

Percentiles are important because they show us exactly where a student ranks compared with students who sat
the test in the United States of America and at International Schools across the globe.

Progress demonstrates how many RiT points a child has improved between each test season and during the year.
Progress is very important because it allows us to measure growth. Students who started with a lower RiT score, such as ELL
students, are expected to grow more than the typical growth levels.
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Year

Grade 1

11

18

Grade 2

15

Grade 3

12

Grade 4

11

Grade 5

10

Grade 6

Grade 7

Grade 8

Fall to

Winter to

Year

Grade 1

11

17

Grade 2

14

Grade 3

11

Grade 4

Grade 5

Grade 6

Grade 7

Grade 8

Fall to

Winter to

Year

Grade 2

11

15

Grade 3

10

Grade 4

Grade 5

Grade 6

Grade 7

Grade 8

READING

LANGUAGE