## How other common scales correlate to the 4,3,2,1 scale

For each standard in your class please use this bi-modal matrix to arrive at one proficiency number. In other words, what is the first most common number that you see, following by the second most common number? 3 then 2? 4 then 1?

After you find you modal combination place it on the matrix below to discover your proficiency ranking in that particular standard. For example, if you have 3-2 combination that would roll up to a 3 as an overall proficiency score for that standard.

After you find you modal combination place it on the matrix below to discover your proficiency ranking in that particular standard. For example, if you have 3-2 combination that would roll up to a 3 as an overall proficiency score for that standard.

## A,B,C,D,F to EBR

A: A score of “3” or “4” in each of the academic STANDARD

B: A score of “2” in any one STANDARD (with grades of “3” or “4” in the remaining

Standards)

C: A score of “2” in more than one STANDARD (no score of “1”)

D: At least one score of “1”; at least one score of 2 or above

F: A score of “1” in each of the three academic STANDARDS

B: A score of “2” in any one STANDARD (with grades of “3” or “4” in the remaining

Standards)

C: A score of “2” in more than one STANDARD (no score of “1”)

D: At least one score of “1”; at least one score of 2 or above

F: A score of “1” in each of the three academic STANDARDS

## AP to EBR

5 = 4

4=3

3=2

2/1 = 1

4=3

3=2

2/1 = 1

## AP English and EBR

8/9= 4

6/7=3

4/5=2

2/3 = 1

6/7=3

4/5=2

2/3 = 1