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ReadingRater 1.0

ReadingRater is a .NET program that will get the reading level of text.


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  • Last Updated: Sep 24, 2008
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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ReadingRater is a Home & Education software developed by After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for ReadingRater:

Edit by Brothersoft: ReadingRater is a .NET program that will get the reading level of a piece of text (just about any size). It uses multiple formulas for calculating reading level and averages the result. It has been tested against several of these formulas with a number of different Texts for accuracy and has shown to be with in a reasonable margin of these formula results.

The most text that I have ran through it was the entire text of the King James Bible, and a couple of other versions. (Note that this was for testing and it is not really necessary to have that much text to get an accurate reading level). The program rated the KJV at the same level that is the generally accepted reading level of the KJV. For most other versions it was +/- 2.

It is recommended that about 30 sentences be used to get a truly accurate level.

The way the program works is that it counts the sentences, the word counts in the sentences, and the syllable counts in the words and then plugs this data into the various formulas to get the results. It uses a "learning" functionality to "learn" what Word Patterns have what number of syllables, using a "finger print" approach to enable it to learn any number of possible words from just one word being "taught" by the user.
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