R Score (Cote de Rendement)
The following documents appear on the website for La Conférence des recteurs et des principaux des universités du Québec (www.crepuq.qc.ca).
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON THE COLLEGE R-SCORE
This document provides answers to the main questions that people might have concerning the collegial CRC score, also called the R score.
- Importance of the R score in the Admissions Process.
- Program Specific Average R Score and Admissions.
- Indicator of the Strength of the Group in the R Score.
- Influence of the CEGEP in the Calculation of the R Score.
- Influence of Secondary School Grades in the Calculation of the R Score.
- Group at Evaluation and Calculation of the R Score.
- Method used to Calculate the R Score for a Course.
- Method used to Calculate the Average R Score of a Student’s Record.
- Access to Information about the R Score.
THE R-SCORE: A SURVEY OF ITS PURPOSE AND ITS USE
This short document provides information on the R score in non-mathematical terms. It is written for a general public public not familiar with the concepts inherent to the R score.
- The R score as a classification method for the university admissions selection process.
- The main components of the R score: The Z score and the indicator of the strength of the group.
- How universities use the R score in the admissions process.
- Access to information on the R score.
THE R SCORE: WHAT IT IS, AND WHAT IT DOES
This document provides a detailed description of the two main components of the R score, namely the Z score and the indicator of the strength of the group (ISG). With the help of an example, it describes how the R score is calculated and how it affects the ranking of the candidates.
- Classification methods: The average grade, the Z score, and the R score.
- A sample determination of the R score: The effect of using the Z score, and using the ISG (Indicator of the Force of the Group).
- The R Score and the Admissions Process.