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Post Info TOPIC: Survey: Input your total score for your estimate spot on the List
Your score plus extra points [187 vote(s)]

95-100
7.5%
90-94
14.4%
85-89
19.3%
80-84
20.9%
75-79
21.4%
70-74
10.7%
69-below
5.9%


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RE: Survey: Input your score for size of List


Are most people adding their true score or what they think what they will end up with? ie longevity, military time, etc....



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brooklynbacon wrote:
DRPapi1983 wrote:
machine wrote:

Input your score plus the points you know you will be getting to know where you're standing. 

 

As of today Wednesday 11/1/2017, with 150 votes, if Spartan is right and the list is about 1050, here is what the % means in numbers and where that number would land you on the list: APPROXIMATELY.

       # people with score                    Spot on list

95-100@8%=84 people ====0-100s on list

90-94@14.7%=154 people ===under 200on list

85-89@18.7%=196 people ===2-400s on list

80-84@22%=231 people ====4-600s on list

75-79=20%=210 people =====6-800s on list

70-74=11.3%=118people =====8-900+ on list

 

 

Calculations:

 

%/100*total= number

 

8/100*1050=84



-- Edited by machine on Wednesday 1st of November 2017 10:38:16 PM


I concur with these stats sir ! 


 If 22% of test passers got a 90 or up then this list will have 3900 names on it. I could see that happening...


 Wait..... what? LoL 



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TooSucio4u wrote:
brooklynbacon wrote:
DRPapi1983 wrote:
machine wrote:

Input your score plus the points you know you will be getting to know where you're standing. 

 

As of today Wednesday 11/1/2017, with 150 votes, if Spartan is right and the list is about 1050, here is what the % means in numbers and where that number would land you on the list: APPROXIMATELY.

       # people with score                    Spot on list

95-100@8%=84 people ====0-100s on list

90-94@14.7%=154 people ===under 200on list

85-89@18.7%=196 people ===2-400s on list

80-84@22%=231 people ====4-600s on list

75-79=20%=210 people =====6-800s on list

70-74=11.3%=118people =====8-900+ on list

 

 

Calculations:

 

%/100*total= number

 

8/100*1050=84



-- Edited by machine on Wednesday 1st of November 2017 10:38:16 PM


I concur with these stats sir ! 


 If 22% of test passers got a 90 or up then this list will have 3900 names on it. I could see that happening...


 Wait..... what? LoL 


 Look at the stats ,....lol,..thats a ruse,..the stats are on point ,...think the list will look similar to the above stats 



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Only 173 votes, anyone else?



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Thats a very good sample size. Sometimes, statisticians only take about 600 to 1000 samples for a population of millions of people.

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I bet every single top score voted lol

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-- Edited by redcons2 on Tuesday 14th of November 2017 06:23:57 PM

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RE: Survey: Input your total score for your estimate spot on the List


Tuesday 11/14/2017, calcuations updated to with 176 votes. For results, see first post.



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machine wrote:

Tuesday 11/14/2017, calcuations updated to with 176 votes. For results, see first post.


 Thanks 



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Zeph wrote:

Thats a very good sample size. Sometimes, statisticians only take about 600 to 1000 samples for a population of millions of people.


 No it's not. Most people voting are people that passed and then within that group people who did well. A +90 on ANY LIST will never be #200. 



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ManHands wrote:
Zeph wrote:

Thats a very good sample size. Sometimes, statisticians only take about 600 to 1000 samples for a population of millions of people.


 No it's not. Most people voting are people that passed and then within that group people who did well. A +90 on ANY LIST will never be #200. 


 I agree with you ManHands



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ManHands wrote:
Zeph wrote:

Thats a very good sample size. Sometimes, statisticians only take about 600 to 1000 samples for a population of millions of people.


 No it's not. Most people voting are people that passed and then within that group people who did well. A +90 on ANY LIST will never be #200. 


 The 2006 list had 1285 people and a 90+ put you coincidentally in the top 90.

Half of the people who voted 95-100 probably failed.



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