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What is the z score for a given raw score?

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 (MORE)

Can you score above a 110 on the ASVAB?

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 (MORE)

How do you calculate a raw score from a z score?

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 (MORE)