I am wondering about the TILLS (Test of Integrated Language and Literacy Skills). I do not currently have this assessment and so don't have access to the manual, but I have seen the scores reported in outside assessments. I am curious to understand if the scores reported are standard scores or scaled scores. I am also wondering about the percentile scores as the scores do not appear to be using a standard conversion table (i.e. a scaled score of 8 is the 25% usually where as in the report I have a score of 8 is listed as 15% and 19%- as well as saying that it is a Standard Score).
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