Sister Remedios students achieve high marks on standardized test


Students at Sister Remedios Early Childhood Development Center recently posted high gains in the SAT-10 standardized test, scoring above the national mean in all major subjects tested.

SRECDC principal Bennet Seman was very happy with the results. “These results show that we’re really working hard for the kids.” She also commended the students, saying, “They’ve done very well, especially scoring above the national mean.”

For the complete battery, on average, SRECDC students scored in the 78th percentile, well above the national mean at the 66th percentile. In reading, students scored at the 86th percentile, compared to the national mean, 72nd percentile. In math, students scored at the 83rd percentile, above the national mean, 69th percentile.

The SAT-10, or the 10th edition of the Stanford Achievement Test, is a set of standardized achievement tests used by several schools and school districts across the nation. (PR)

Jun Dayao Dayao
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