M.A.P. Growth

Resources for Families: Understanding Your Student's Scores

How MAP Works

MAP Growth is a computer-adaptive test. If your child answers a question correctly, the next question is more challenging. If they answer incorrectly, the next one is easier. This type of assessment challenges top performers without overwhelming students whose skills are below grade level.

What MAP Measures

MAP Growth uses a RIT scale to accurately measure what students know, regardless of their grade level. It also measures growth over time, allowing you to track your child’s progress throughout the school year and across multiple years. Once your child completes a MAP Growth test, they receive a RIT score.

Your Child's RTI Score

RIT scores have the same meaning across grade levels. If a fourth-grade student and an eighth-grade student have the same RIT score in reading, then they are testing at the same level in that subject. This stable scale allows teachers to accurately measure each student’s academic growth throughout the school year and over time. You can use your child’s RIT score to help them meet their goals. For example, students can enter their RIT scores into our college explorer tool to see which colleges and universities they’re on track to enter. You can also check out online resources that use RIT scores to provide students with book recommendations and web-based exercises, such as YourReadingPath.com and KhanAcademy.org.

Family Guide to MAP Growth


Family Toolkit

  • Family Guide to MAP Growth

    Learn how MAP Growth works, what it measures, and how it’s scored.


    Help your students plan for the future with this interactive directory of colleges and universities.

  • Student Resources

    Interactive resources to prepare your student for the MAP Growth test.

  • Get the facts about MAP

    Review frequently asked questions about MAP assessments and NWEA

  • MAP Reading Fluency Student Experience

    See first-hand how students experience the MAP Reading Fluency assessment.

  • Meet the Family Report

    Designed with families in mind, this report provides a clear view of student progress.

  • Lyla’s Story

    Lyla explains how MAP tracks her progress.

  • Michael’s Story

    Michael shares what it’s like to take a MAP Growth test.

  • What is MAP Growth?

    Take a closer look at how MAP Growth is designed to support student learning.


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