Number of scores per candidate

© May 2015 Paul Cooijmans

Introduction

Below are basic statistics on the numbers of scores per candidate, regarding high-range mental ability tests and personality tests designed by Paul Cooijmans. For the intelligence tests, each test or subtest that has a numbered statistical report in its own right at Statistical reports, either in use or no longer in use, counts as one score, so that for instance The Marathon Test yields five scores. Only first attempts are included. The personality tests, currently the GAIA, CINEMA, and P.S.I.A., each count as one score.

General statistics

The scores

Prop. = proportion outscored (in terms of number of scores)

# scoresProp.# candidates with that number of scores (* = 1 candidate)
10.3338 (0.6677) ************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************
20.7249 (0.7821) ******************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************
30.8058 (0.8295) ********************************************************************************************
40.8467 (0.8640) *******************************************************************
50.8800 (0.8959) **************************************************************
60.9049 (0.9140) ***********************************
70.9240 (0.9341) ***************************************
80.9400 (0.9459) ***********************
90.9498 (0.9536) ***************
100.9562 (0.9588) **********
110.9624 (0.9660) **************
120.9688 (0.9717) ***********
130.9742 (0.9768) **********
140.9786 (0.9804) *******
150.9820 (0.9835) ******
160.9848 (0.9861) *****
170.9879 (0.9897) *******
180.9905 (0.9912) ***
190.9918 (0.9923) **
200.9925 (0.9928) *
220.9930 (0.9933) *
230.9943 (0.9954) ****
240.9956 (0.9959) *
250.9961 (0.9964) *
290.9967 (0.9969) *
310.9972 (0.9974) *
340.9977 (0.9979) *
360.9982 (0.9985) *
370.9987 (0.9990) *
380.9992 (0.9995) *
410.9997 (1.0000) *

This information also relates to the Order of Thoth, wherein one's grade depends on the number of tests taken.