Readability test

Via comes Juicy Studio: Readability Test, in which you can type in the url of your blog (or any website) and find out how it does in terms of a couple of readability tests.

Results for my blog:

Total sentences: 387

Total words: 2,727

Average words per Sentence: 7.05

Words with 1 Syllable: 1,693

Words with 2 Syllables: 577

Words with 3 Syllables: 316

Words with 4 or more Syllables: 141

Percentage of word with three or more syllables: 16.76%

Average Syllables per Word: 1.60

Gunning Fog Index: 9.52 (within 8 – 10 = Most popular novels)

Flesch Reading Ease: 64.45 (“Authors are encouraged to aim for a score of approximately 60 to 70.)

Flesch-Kincaid Grade: 6.02 (“The result is the Flesch-Kincaid grade level. Like the Gunning-Fog index, it is a rough measure of how many years of schooling it would take someone to understand the content. Negative results are reported as zero, and numbers over twelve are reported as twelve.”)

Manuel L. Quezon III.

1 thought on “Readability test

  1. Reminds me of the old WordPerfect grammar tool that used the Flesch-Kincaid Grade. If I remember correctly it even made recommendations as to the appropriate grade level for the kind of thing you were writing i.e memo, report etc. Sayang hindi dinala ng Mac o Windows

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