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'''Cutting scores''' are points at which a continuum of scores may be divided into groups. This might indicate pass/fail or be used to arrive at diagnostic groups as in the case of the levels of [[mental retardation]] linked to scores on [[intelligence measures]] and so aid in [[test interpretation]].
 
'''Cutting scores''' are points at which a continuum of scores may be divided into groups. This might indicate pass/fail or be used to arrive at diagnostic groups as in the case of the levels of [[mental retardation]] linked to scores on [[intelligence measures]] and so aid in [[test interpretation]].
   

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Cutting scores are points at which a continuum of scores may be divided into groups. This might indicate pass/fail or be used to arrive at diagnostic groups as in the case of the levels of mental retardation linked to scores on intelligence measures and so aid in test interpretation.

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