FCAT Norm-Referenced Test Scores


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The FCAT Reading and Mathematics Norm-Referenced Test (NRT) was first administered in 2000. From 2000-2004, the FCAT NRT was the Stanford 9©.  The NRT portion of the FCAT from 2005-2008 was a custom form of the Stanford 10©, published by The Psychological Corporation. The reading scores were based on the Reading Comprehension subtest, and the mathematics scores were based on the Problem Solving subtest. From 2000-2008, all students in Grades 3-10 were required to take the FCAT NRT.

In 2008, Senate Bill 1908 removed the requirement that the statewide assessment program include norm-referenced component, and in a memo dated June 17, 2008, the Department provided official notice of the removal of the FCAT NRT from the statewide assessment program. Beginning with the 2008-09 school year, the FCAT NRT was no longer be administered at any grade level.

2008 Scores

Reading and Mathematics NRT Scores Statewide Comparison for 2001 to 2008 (PDF, 103KB)

Reading Scores

Mathematics Scores

2007 Scores

Reading and Mathematics NRT Scores Statewide Comparison for 2001 to 2007 (PDF, 71KB)

Reading Scores

Mathematics Scores

2006 Scores

Mathematics Scores Statewide Comparison for 2001 to 2006 (PDF, 44KB)
Reading Scores Statewide Comparison for 2001 to 2006 (PDF, 69KB)

Reading Scores

Mathematics Scores

2005 Scores

Statewide Comparison of Reading and Mathematics NRT Scores (PDF, 42KB)

Reading Scores

Mathematics Scores

2004 Scores

Statewide Comparison of Norm-Referenced Scores (PDF, 151KB)

2003 Scores

2003 Press Kit Information
Content Assessed on FCAT Reading and Mathematics NRT (PDF, 54KB)
Statewide Comparison of Norm-Referenced Scores (PDF, 26KB)

2002 Scores

2001 Scores

2000 Scores

1995 - 1997 District NRT Scores

Note about Excel files: Some of the Excel tables have more than 1 sheet, one for each grade level.  To see another sheet click on one of the tabs at the bottom of the Excel screen.  They are labeled Grades 3 - 10.