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|Top 10 Keywords|
In the Flesch Kincaid Reading Ease test, higher scores indicate material that is easier to read; lower numbers mark passages that are more difficult to read. Reader's Digest magazine has a readability index of about 65, Time magazine scores about 52, an average 6th grade student's (a 12-year-old) written assignment has a readability index of 60–70 (and a reading grade level of 6–7), and the Harvard Law Review has a general readability score in the low 30's.
The U.S. Department of Defense uses the Reading Ease test as the standard test of readability for its documents and forms. Florida requires that life insurance policies have a Flesch Reading Ease score of 45 or greater.
|90.0–100.0||easily understood by an average 11-year-old student|
|60.0–70.0||easily understood by 13- to 15-year-old students|
|0.0–30.0||best understood by university graduates|
This tool also allows you to measure the average grade level of text using common scoring systems, including:
- Flesch Kincaid Grade Level
- Gunning Fog Score
- Coleman Liau Index
- SMOG Index
- Automated Reability Index
- Dale-Chall Readability Score
- Spache Readability Score