## Scaled Score to Percentile

## Scaled Score to Percentile for a given Standard Distribution

Introduce a **Scaled Score** and get its **Percentile**

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EXAMPLE:

If I want to calculate the percentile of 80, in a scale that goes from 0 to 100, then I need to introduce 80 into the first slot, and 100 into the second slot.

If I want to calculate the percentile of 3, in a scale that goes from 0 to 10, then I need to introduce 3 into the first slot, and 10 into the second slot.

**first slot**you need introduce the scaled score you are going to use to get its percentile.In the

**second slot**, you need to introduce the maximum value of the scale of your scaled scores. For example, if you are working with school exams, the maximum value for a school exam is 100, so you need to introduce 100 into the first second slot.EXAMPLE:

If I want to calculate the percentile of 80, in a scale that goes from 0 to 100, then I need to introduce 80 into the first slot, and 100 into the second slot.

If I want to calculate the percentile of 3, in a scale that goes from 0 to 10, then I need to introduce 3 into the first slot, and 10 into the second slot.

If you are not sure what a scaled score is you should check the scaled score definition on this webpage. If you need more information about percentiles you should have a look here. More resources can be found at scaled score.com

Besides this scaled score calculator, you can find conversion charts online, like this psychometric conversion chart that might be helpful. This other document can give more information not just on the results, but on the process to get those results. There are documents more specifics, that might help you if you are trying to interpret the results of school tests and evaluations. This is a good source to interpret scaled scores and percentiles.

However, as you can see there many resources online to find out about conversions between scaled scores and percentiles. Use them wisely, since they can be confusing and sometimes overwhelming. Most of those resources are focus on the education and psychometric field. Interpretation of results in this field can be very tricky, and an expert is actually needed to have an accurate interpretation of the results.

Besides this scaled score calculator, you can find conversion charts online, like this psychometric conversion chart that might be helpful. This other document can give more information not just on the results, but on the process to get those results. There are documents more specifics, that might help you if you are trying to interpret the results of school tests and evaluations. This is a good source to interpret scaled scores and percentiles.

However, as you can see there many resources online to find out about conversions between scaled scores and percentiles. Use them wisely, since they can be confusing and sometimes overwhelming. Most of those resources are focus on the education and psychometric field. Interpretation of results in this field can be very tricky, and an expert is actually needed to have an accurate interpretation of the results.

*Using this calculator, you understand that scaled scores can have different distributions, and that this calculator calculates your percentile following a Standard Distribution, in particular, the same distribution than a t-score follows. The results may be not accurate depending on the kind of distribution of your sample. You use this calculator as it is. This results are an approximation, is your responsibility to check the accuracy of this results.*

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