How to Calculate a Composite Score?

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A composite score is a tally that results from summing two or more scores according to a specific formula. It is also the sum of weighted components. In statistics, composite scores are calculated from data in multiple variables in order to form reliable measures of latent theoretical constructs. All the variables combined to form a composite score should be related to one another.
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A composite score is an average score. It is found by combining 2 or more subtest scores such as a vocabulary, mathematics and reading, then averaging them out. This method is commonly used in SAT test scoring
Composite score is taking scores from several testings and combining these scores by using a special formula. These scores are usually a part of the ACT and SAT scoring.
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