Cut-Off Score

The term cut-off score refers to the lowest possible score on an exam, standardized test, high-stakes test, or other form of assessment that a student must earn to either “pass” or be considered “proficient.” In some cases, tests may have multiple cut-off scores representing tiered levels of proficiency, such as basic, proficient, or advanced. Read More »

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