NGRT Group report
A group report will be available after testing and is made up of the following sections:
This is a short introduction which describes the test content and how the test works. This will be useful when sharing reports with colleagues who may not be familiar with NGRT.
- Why use NGRT?
Again, this is a short section setting out the main uses of NGRT.
- Relationship between NGRT scores
This comprises a simple diagram showing how standard age scores (SAS), stanine scores and national percentile ranks relate to each other.
- Example results
This page shows an annotated version of the group report table with a glossary of terms used.
- Group scores for sentence completion and passage comprehension
Scores for the pre-determined group include SAS, stanines, group rank and national percentile rank. Importantly, this table highlights a gap of two or more stanines between the Sentence Completion and Passage Comprehension parts of the test.
- Analysis by reading age
This shows the spread of reading age for the whole group and for males and females.
- Group scores for phonics
This shows raw scores by section for students who answered the phonics questions.
- Group demographic comparison with gender as the baseline
This compares the group’s score for each gender against all students as part of the group average and the national average.