## PSLE - T score 2010-EXPECTED

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### PSLE - T score 2010-EXPECTED

Hi all ,

Please share your / your child's expected T score based on his or her performance in the PSLE 2010.

PS: Just multiply the expected total( Eng + MT+ Maths+ Science) by 0.712.

anonymus
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Mine bet 260 -265 Based on the formula given by anonymus ...
Last edited by Almighty on Tue Oct 12, 2010 1:49 pm, edited 2 times in total.

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PSLEmom
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PSLEmom wrote::P

Do you think it is too low??

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Maybe some one here with a bit of experience can help us estimate the mean and standard deviation for all 4 subjects. I think it would then be more simple for people to calculate the estimated T-Score

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anonymus wrote:
PSLEmom wrote::P

Do you think it is too low??

She's just jealous..... JKJK
Well, at least I am

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MOE Hater wrote:Maybe some one here with a bit of experience can help us estimate the mean and standard deviation for all 4 subjects. I think it would then be more simple for people to calculate the estimated T-Score

The following T-score link was given to DS1 during Meet-the-parents session when he was sitting for his psle in 2009. Hope it helps and its still valid.
http://sss5p2008.multiply.com/journal/i ... gate_Score

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MOE Hater wrote:Maybe some one here with a bit of experience can help us estimate the mean and standard deviation for all 4 subjects. I think it would then be more simple for people to calculate the estimated T-Score

That is a very good suggestion. Because taking a single multiplier (like 0.712 or whatever other number) across all the 4 subjects will likely lead to errors.

Experienced tutors and parents can certainly provide some idea of mean and SD for each subject. It will not only make it easier but more accurate and fair.

Thanks to all.

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