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FREE READABILITY FORMULAS TOOLS : FREE READABILITY TESTS FOR YOUR TEXT

FREE READABILITY FORMULAS TOOLS : FREE READABILITY TESTS FOR YOUR TEXT
Our free readability formula tool will analyze your text and output the results based on these readability formulas. Our tool will also help you determine the grade level for your text. 1. The Flesch Reading Ease formula will output a number from 0 to 100 - a higher score indicates easier reading. An average document has a Flesch Reading Ease score between 6 - 70. As a rule of thumb, scores of 90-100 can be understood by an average 5th grader. 8th and 9th grade students can understand documents with a score of 60-70; and college graduates can understand documents with a score of 0-30. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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