Standards of Learning - Scoring

Scoring

A student must get 66 percent (raw score of 400) or higher on their SOL(s) in order to pass the test. A student's advancement to the next grade is not contingent on passing any SOL tests. Passing with 83.5% percent (500) is considered advanced/proficient. A perfect score is 600.

For students in grades 3-8, SOL scores are correlated to Lexile measures. A Lexile measure can be used to match readers with targeted text and monitor growth in reading ability. For more information concerning the SOL(s) and Lexile measures, visit http://www.doe.virginia.gov/testing/scoring/lexile/index.shtml

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