percentile score

percentile score

An NIH term of art for the score representing the relative position or rank of each priority score among the scores assigned by a particular study section.
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The 2017 DJSI has awarded a percentile score of 97, which means that Sandvik performs better on the indicators overall than 97% of assessed companies in the same sector, Capital Goods.
In 2011, the total elementary NAT mean percentile score was 68.
At the risky end of the credit score distribution, the 10th percentile score for the same time period was 644--a full 70 points higher than in 2006.
0 was approximately a 30th percentile score in Press Ganey's national database of cardiologists, and a mean score of 91.
This allowed the researchers to find the percentile score for each stage and the first and second high-stage scores and the low-stage scores for each participant.
Ratings range from 0 to 100, however, this is not a percentile score.
I standardize the raw test scores by assigning each student a percentile score, which indicates performance relative to all North Carolina students who took the test in the same grade and year.
The next highest percentile score for 2002-2006 participants is in Stage 1, indicating that these individuals would like more fundamental information about inquiry-based instruction.
The average percentile scores of children who completed each subtest appeared to be within the expectations of the standardization sample, as indicated by the average percentile score (based on chronological age) and by the designation of proficient, basic, or emerging skills (based on the PIPA manual) shown in Table 1.
90th percentile score in math was similarly low compared to scores in other nations.
According to the minimum acceptable scores criteria, 40% percentile score is valid for admissions till December 31, 2009 and 45% percentile till December 31, 2010.
The dependent variable used in measuring effectiveness of student performance is percentile score (SCORE) on the ETS exam.