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A readability calculator helps you to successfully identify what grade kid could easily read and understand your article / text. There are multiple formulas involved to calculate the readability score. Different methods used to find out grading level for the text. Most popular methods are Flesch Kincaid Reading Ease, Flesch Kincaid Grade Level, Gunning Fog Score, SMOG Index and Automated Readability Index.
The Flesch Kincaid Reading Ease is a test that is also used to check the compatibility of the text. In Flesch Kincaid Reading Ease, the way of expressing the results of the test are different. High score means that the test is readable and easily understandable. If you get a low score then that means your text needs changes and is not easily understandable.
It based on a 0-100 scale. Higher score means easier to read, lower means difficult to read. For 13 to 15 years old, FKRE score must be in between 60 to 80.
The name itself suggests a little bit about this readability checker. It is specifically used for schools, colleges and university administrations. They use this to check whether or not the text books are readable or not.
There are also many other Flesch Kincaid and they help in different and difficult situations. This one has to be the most useful.
Teachers may often jot down notes in difficult words. When as a student you read such big words at a small level, your concepts will remain tangled and it will become really difficult for students to understand.
Using the readability checker, teachers can figure out whether the language they were using was easily understandable or not. But, this is not the only use of it they can also add textbooks to check how easy they are (as mentioned before).
In Flesch reading ease higher value indicates that text is easier to read while low value indicates that text is difficult to read. Below is the table according to the Flesch reading ease score and its comparison with grade levels.
|Score||School Level||Ease Level||Details|
|100.0 — 90.0||5th grade||Very Easy||Its very easy to read. An average 11-year-old student can easily understand it|
|90.0 — 80.0||6th grade||Easy||Easy to read, Conversational English for consumers.|
|80.0 — 70.0||7th grade||Fair Easy||Fair Easy to read and undertand english.|
|70.0 — 60.0||8th & 9th grade||Plain English||Easily understood by 13 to 15-year-old students. Difficult for students younger than 13 Years|
|60.0 — 50.0||10th to 12th grade||Fairly Difficult||Fairly Difficult to read.|
|50.0 — 30.0||College||Difficult||Difficult to read. Best understood by College students.|
|30.0 — 0.0||College graduate||Very Difficult||Very difficult to read. Best understood by university graduates.|
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