To use Readability Checker, Paste text in the textarea box given below and click on Test Readability Score Button.
The Readability Checker is an online tool that can be used to measure the readability of text. The tool uses a series of metrics to determine how easy it is for readers to understand the content being presented. It can be used to test the readability of any type of text, including technical documentation, academic papers, and articles in different genres. While there are several readability calculators available online, the Readability Checker combines a number of these tools into one easy-to-use interface.
The Readability Checker includes three different metrics: Word Count, Flesch Readability Score, and Sentence Length. Word Count measures how many words are contained in the text being examined. Flesch Readability Score measures how easy it is for readers to understand the text. Sentence Length measures how long sentences are in the text being examined. Each metric is assigned a score between 0 and 100, with higher scores indicating easier reading for users. After all three metrics have been calculated, a total score can be obtained by adding the numbers together. The higher this total score is, the easier it will be for users to understand the content being presented.