A readability index is one of the main text parameters to focus on when you’re aimed to produce comprehensive and easy-to-grasp papers. It determines how easy it is for a reader to understand paper content without reading every sentence over and over. Having our automatic Readability Checker online at hand, you can quickly how legible your text is and see what sentences require fixes.
Based on the sentence complexity, syntax, and structure algorithm, the tool calculates the readability score and highlights the most problematic parts. Different methods are used to determine the paper grading level: Flesch Kincaid Reading Ease and Grade Level, SMOG Index, Gunning Fog Score, and Automated Readability Index are among the main formulas.
Use the Readability Checker from EssayToolBox to get an estimate of the minimum education/grade level needed to understand your piece. Improve grammar, word choice, sentence structure in your writing. Identify what sentences need to be rewritten.
Spend only 2 minutes to assess your text! Just enter it in the box and click the “Check” button.
Second-to-none flexibility! Copy-paste the text into the check field or upload a .doc/ .docx/ .pdf/ .txt file.
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- Paste the text you want to check or upload it in the .doc/ .docx/ .pdf/ . txt format.
- Click the “Check” button to initiate the test.
- Identify the grade level necessary to understand the text.
- See what sentences are to be rewritten or fixed.
- Flesch Kincaid Reading Ease: 206.835 – 1.015 x (words / sentences) – 84.6 x (syllables / words)
- Flesch Kincaid Grade Level: 0.39 x (words / sentences) + 11.8 x (syllables / words) – 15.59
Based on the above calculations, you will get a score defining a grade level the text is matching.
|Grade level||5th grade||6th grade||7th grade||8th & 9th grade||10th to 12th grade||College||College graduate|
|Comment||Very easy to read. An average eleven-year-old student can easily understand it.||Easy to read; basic English.||Fairly easy to understand by fourteen-year-old students. Those younger than fourteen years will have problems with perceiving the text.||Plain English.||Fairly difficult to read.||Difficult to read. Intended for college students.||Very difficult to read. Best understood by university graduates.|