MobyMax adopts a criterion-referenced philosophy, as opposed to a norm-referenced approach. This means that the assessments and curriculum concentrate on evaluating the level of mastery each student has achieved with regard to the standards being practiced, rather than comparing their performance against a sample population to determine their relative position.
Along with our criterion-referenced tests, MobyMax’s adaptive curriculum creates an individualized education plan for each student, allowing gifted students to progress as quickly as they like while simultaneously ensuring that remedial students get the extra instruction they need.
Are MobyMax's Placement Tests Normed?
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