Standard Score

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Standard Score: A score derived from the mean performance of a group on a test, as well as the comparative performance of all the individuals who took the test.

Other Words for Score

Score Adjective Synonyms: nick, groove, scratch, line, mark, stroke, notch, cut, nock
Score Verb Synonyms: record, account, reckoning, register, tally, amount, number, count, sum, total, mark, grade
Score Noun Synonyms: music, accompaniment, full or short or vocal score
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Other Words for Standard

Standard Noun Synonyms: criterion, measure, benchmark, model, pattern, archetype, touchstone, yardstick, gauge, guide, guideline, paradigm, paragon, exemplar, example, sample, type, ideal, beau id‚al, rule, canon, law, requirement, precept, principle
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Standard Exchange

Life Style / Time Shares / Standard Exchange: A vacation exchange request made by telephone or mail for travel dates between 24 months and 45 days prior to the week of travel. MORE

Standard Hydrogen Electrode

Science / Chemistry / Standard Hydrogen Electrode: A platinum electrode that runs the half reaction 2 H+(aq, 1M) + 2 e- rightarrow H2(g, 1 atm), chosen as a reference for cell voltages. The electrode potential of the standard hydrogen electrode is def MORE

Standard Error

Business / Finance / Standard Error: The square root of the variance. A measure of dispersion of a set of data from its mean. MORE

Standard Entropy Of Reaction

Science / Chemistry / Standard Entropy Of Reaction: A change in entropy associated with a reaction involving substances in their standard states. A superscript circle (°) distinguishes standard enthalpy changes from enthalpy changes which involve reac MORE

Standard Enthalpy Of Reaction

Science / Chemistry / Standard Enthalpy Of Reaction: A change in enthalpy associated with a reaction involving substances in their standard states. MORE

Standard Industrial Classification (SIC)

Business / Finance / Standard Industrial Classification (SIC): In statistics, a measure of the possible error in an estimate. Plus or minus 2 standard errors usually provides a 95% confidence interval. MORE

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