Public Service Entrance Exam - Test of Judgement Unsupervised Internet Test 374 (TOJ UIT 374) - Percentiles

The percentile indicates how the score of one test-taker compares to the scores of others. This is done using test norms based on a large group of previous test-takers (a normative sample). For example, a percentile score of 60 means the applicant has out-performed 60% of test-takers in the normative sample, placing the applicant in the top 40%. The higher the percentile score, the better a test-taker has performed relative to others.

Percentile
Score
Proportion of other
test-takers who scored
lower
Proportion of other
test-takers who scored
the same or higher
0 0% 100%
10 10% 90%
20 20% 80%
30 30% 70%
40 40% 60%
50 50% 50%
60 60% 40%
70 70% 30%
80 80% 20%
90 90% 10%
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