How funny – my blog’s reading level (wouldn’t my professors be proud?)…. found here.
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Nice. I scored the same. My works reader advisory blog tested postgrad.
However, my wife is not happy…her blog scored Elementary School.
My nonfiction blog for a general audience returned a High School level but my blog for librarians scored Jr High. Hmm. Maybe there’s a “chumminess” factor involved.
Ha – I figure it must be my heavy use of advanced verbiage, like stuff and dude.
My personal reading blog scored elementary, my library’s teen blog (http://graffiti.tscpl.org) scored high school and our reading blog for adults (http://papercuts.tscpl/org) scored postgrad. very interesting and fun – thanks!
He he, mine scored as GENIUS!!! Guess that means everyone reading my blog is a genius! Check it out at http://talkingbookslibrarian.blogspot.com/
i’m OK with junior high
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yups iam agree with ruth, but my blog is in the highschool grade..
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