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Integrated Algebra January 2009 Conversion Chart

January 30, 2009 pm31 6:25 pm

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Regents Examination in Integrated Algebra

January 2009

Chart for Converting Total Test Raw Scores to
Final Examination Scores (Scale Scores)

Raw

Score

Scale

Score

Raw

Score

Scale

Score

Raw

Score

Scale

Score

Raw

Score

Scale

Score

87

100

65

84

43

75

21

52

86

99

64

84

42

74

20

51

85

98

63

83

41

74

19

49

84

97

62

83

40

73

18

48

83

96

61

82

39

72

17

46

82

95

60

82

38

71

16

44

81

94

59

82

37

71

15

42

80

93

58

81

36

70

14

40

79

92

57

81

35

69

13

38

78

91

56

81

34

68

12

36

77

90

55

80

33

67

11

34

76

90

54

80

32

66

10

31

75

89

53

80

31

65

9

29

74

88

52

79

30

64

8

26

73

88

51

79

29

63

7

23

72

87

50

78

28

62

6

21

71

87

49

78

27

60

5

18

70

86

48

77

26

59

4

14

69

86

47

77

25

58

3

11

68

85

46

77

24

57

2

8

67

84

45

76

23

55

1

4

66

84

44

75

22

54

0

0

To determine the student’s final examination score, find the student’s total test raw score in the column labeled “Raw Score” and then locate the scale score that corresponds to that raw score. The scale score is the student’s final examination score. Enter this score in the space labeled “Scale Score” on the student’s answer sheet.

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22 Comments leave one →
  1. January 31, 2009 am31 12:54 am 12:54 am

    The kids needed only 31 points to get a 65 but on the math B they needed 49! No wonder so many of the math B kids were shocked that they failed. They knew so much more this time and received so much less for their knowledge. Disgraceful.

  2. January 31, 2009 am31 1:11 am 1:11 am

    Compared to some prior Math A exams, IMO, the Integrated Algebra exam was a tougher test. However, making up for this by lowering the passing grade is a bigger mistake than having a tough test in the first place.

  3. Anonymous permalink
    February 6, 2009 pm28 9:09 pm 9:09 pm

    what th fucis wih you guys

  4. February 6, 2009 pm28 9:11 pm 9:11 pm

    what is rongwqith you peopleig

  5. February 6, 2009 pm28 9:14 pm 9:14 pm

    you can make it if you try if you havefaith in yourslf that you can mak it then it wil happen i passed it wit an 96

  6. Anonymous permalink
    June 14, 2009 pm30 10:06 pm 10:06 pm

    Whats the point of having a difficult test and “raising the bar” with a tough class when you are just going to Lower the passing score. It’s pointless.

    I get the fun task of taking my regent for integrated algebra on friday, yipee

  7. lulu27 permalink
    June 16, 2009 pm30 5:02 pm 5:02 pm

    who ever cut their math classes failed tests and or marking periods will probably end up failing the regents, i always pass my math class and every other class (knock on wood =D) maybe one in a lifetime i didnt get such a “great” grade but i do good, well, my regents is the day after tomorrow, i have to admit i am verrrrrrrrrrry nervous, DO YOU GUYS HAVE ANY ADVISE AHHHHHH. Im freaking out. k then bye.

  8. annonimus permalink
    June 17, 2009 pm30 3:32 pm 3:32 pm

    wait so im takeing my intigrated math a regents on friday june 19th all i have to get is a 31 to pass ???

    • Anonymous permalink
      June 19, 2009 pm30 3:56 pm 3:56 pm

      lol yeaa isnt tht awesome but then again it goes on your highschool transcript so you probably want a higher score =)

  9. Prayer for a curve permalink
    June 20, 2009 pm30 8:48 pm 8:48 pm

    They make the curve after the test so its not guaranteed that if u get a 31 you will pass but it will probally will be a huge curve considering the curve is bigger depending on how many people pass or fail and my Algebra teacher said this was one of the hardest regents hes seen in a while because of the ridiculous wording of the questions.

  10. ??? permalink
    June 21, 2009 pm30 1:37 pm 1:37 pm

    wat were questions 6,7,11,12,14,16,25,28

  11. Georgi permalink
    June 23, 2009 pm30 9:42 pm 9:42 pm

    i think i failed but i already have plane tickets to my country and ill be back in septemebr 1st do i remake the whole year or do i take it again someone where there/????? plz help

  12. Anonymous permalink
    June 26, 2009 pm30 9:25 pm 9:25 pm

    i get a 90 in my class but fail the regents wit a 54 i dont understand how that happenes

  13. Anonymous permalink
    June 26, 2009 pm30 9:32 pm 9:32 pm

    is the score on ur report card the raw score or the scaled score

    • Anonymous permalink
      February 2, 2010 pm28 6:38 pm 6:38 pm

      Scaled. You only ever see the scaled score.

  14. yup permalink
    August 16, 2009 pm31 3:09 pm 3:09 pm

    if i failed my algebra regents but passed my class will i have to retake algebra?….or can i still go into geometry??

    • August 16, 2009 pm31 6:24 pm 6:24 pm

      Depends on your school’s policy.

      I like the “repeating the class” option better, if you have a choice.

  15. Infernobones95 permalink
    August 27, 2009 pm31 10:00 pm 10:00 pm

    this test wasnt that hard. i was the only one in my school to get a perfect score on the test.

    • Infernobones95 permalink
      August 27, 2009 pm31 10:01 pm 10:01 pm

      tho alot of the 9th graders failed i as an 8th grader passed with flying colors.

  16. annonomys permalink
    February 2, 2010 pm28 7:35 pm 7:35 pm

    the reason for this matter is that the math teacher of eximmius teaches something diffrent everyday and dosent give the kids a chance to learn it

  17. random permalink
    August 17, 2010 pm31 4:57 pm 4:57 pm

    when I retake my exam in august will it be the same intergrated algebra exam or a different one?

    • Anonymous permalink
      August 17, 2010 pm31 8:17 pm 8:17 pm

      It will be a different exam. Good luck! =)

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