Understanding Current Cumulative Score, Annual Performance Evaluation in OLA

  Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) individual performance information was recently made available on the OLA site. Here are short explanations about what the designations mean. Current Cumulative Score This reflects how a participant is performing against their unique passing standard. The current cumulative score becomes available after a participant has answered 52 scorable questions and…
From left to right, back row: Matthew B. Podgorsak, PhD (Trustee); Ning Yue, PhD; Jay Burmeister, PhD (Chair); Thomas Niedermayr, PhD; Jiajian Shen, PhD. Front row: Amaris Castellanos (Exam Developer); Jean Peng, PhD; Anya Samaniego (Exam Developer); Leonard Kim, MS. Not pictured: Ying Xaio, PhD; Zhou Wang, PhD; Julianne Pollard, PhD; Michael Snyder, PhD.
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