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This topic provides guidance on using the Quantile^{®} measures provided with MAP Growth math assessments in English and Spanish. (For background about these assessments, visit Test Descriptions Summary.)
Note: Quantile measures are not available on coursespecific math assessments.
Quantile and Metametrics are trademarks of MetaMetrics, Inc., and are registered in the United States and abroad.
The Quantile^{®} Framework is a mathematics measurement framework developed by MetaMetrics. It is a nationally recognized mathematics score aligned to the NWEA math RIT score. Similar to the MetaMetrics Lexile score, the Quantile score helps educators understand the difficulty of specific mathematical skills and concepts on a single developmental scale. You can use the Quantile Framework for Mathematics to match students with classroom materials.
Lexile is a trademark of MetaMetrics, Inc.
Quantile scores are included in the following reports and files:

Comprehensive Data File (visit How to Export Data for more information)
The table below explains how a student with a Quantile score of 750Q is forecasted to understand content at varying Quantile score levels.
Student mathematics achievement  Skill demand  Skill description  Forecasted understanding 

750Q 
350Q 
Locate points on a number line. 
90% 
750Q 
550Q 
Use order of operations, including parentheses, to simply numerical expressions. 
75% 
750Q 
750Q 
Translate between models or verbal phrases and algebraic expressions. 
50% 
750Q  950Q  Estimate and calculate areas with scale drawings and maps.  25% 
750Q  1150Q  Recognize and apply definitions and theorems of angles formed when a transversal intersects parallel lines.  10% 