Please note, you must be an educator in higher ed or maybe high school to qualify to recieve the MCI
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Great, you have your data from your treatment. Now you want to know if it worked. What do you do? A common practice is to calculate learning gains for each question and for the whole test. A good method to use is the normalized learning gain, which is the difference between the post-test score minus the pre-test score, divided by 100 minus the pre-test score.
If you like you can do this by hand. However, I have set up a web app that will do this for you and then organize the results based upon the fundamental statements of the ASM. If you would like to use that site, please travel to these two pages.