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They have actually set the bar a little bit higher to a 50, which in all actuality a percentile. Most people score within the 50-65 range and rarely score higher than 80. 36… That's not a very good score, actually. The lowest score you can get is a 32. The highest is a 99. (MORE)

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mean= 100 standard deviation= 15 value or x or n = 110 the formula to find the z-value = (value - mean)/standard deviation so, z = 110-100/15 = .6666666 = .6667

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Let your raw score be x and M the mean and S the standard deviation. The Z score for your specific x is Z=(x-M)/S So say your score is 80 (out of 100) and the mean is 70 an…d the standard deviation is 10. Then the z score for your 80 is: (80-70)/10=1 If on the other hand you got a 60, then the z score would be -1. (MORE)

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ASVAB scores are measured as percentiles. If you score a 33, that means you are in the 33rd percentile, and did better on the test than 32 percent of the people. If you got a …99, that means you did better than 98 percent of the people. I am not seeing how it is possible to score a 110 on that basis. However, things change, so you may wish to contact your local recruiter, and ask him. (MORE)

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z = (x - μ) / σ is the formula where x is the raw score and z is the z-score. μ and σ are the mean and standard deviations and must be known numbers. Multiply both sides… by σ zσ = x-μ Add μ to both sides μ + zσ = x x = μ + zσ You calculate the raw score x , given the z-score, μ and σ by using the above formula. (MORE)

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In order to know the z-score, given a test score, you must also know the mean and the standard deviation. Please restate the question.

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There is not enough information to answer your question. To determine a Z-Score, the mean and standard deviation are also required.

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I think the answer you are looking for is 94. A 100% IQ score is 200 so 47% of 200 is 94

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each question, if equal points per question, is 1/1.10 = 0.9 points; you need to answer 77 questions out of 110 correctly to score a 70

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