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What Snap Score Is Too High?

A student’s snap score is based on the sum of the scores on their three Regent exams. The scores are then averaged, and that average is compared to a state-defined standard.

In New York State, the average score for all students who take the Regents exam is 50%. Students who score above 65% are considered “college ready,” while students who score below 35% are considered “not college ready.”

Students’ scores are not reported as an actual number, but rather as a percentage of the state-defined standard. Therefore, if your student’s average score is 54%, it means he or she scored 54% as well as everyone else in the state who participates in that particular exam.

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Last modified: November 20, 2022