## What does 99th percentile mean?

The 99th percentile is the highest percentile you can get. It means that you are one of the top scorers since you scored higher than 99% of students who took the test. Only 1 in 100 students score in this range, so it places you at the very top of the applicant pool, in terms of SAT scores.

**Is 99th percentile top 1%?**

If you’re in the 99th percentile, 99 percent of the population is below you, so you are in the top 1 percent.

### Does 90th percentile mean 90%?

n. the location of a score in a distribution expressed as the percentage of cases in the data set with scores equal to or below the score in question. Thus, if a score is said to be in the 90th percentile, this means that 90% of the scores in the distribution are equal to or lower than that score.

**Can you get 100th percentile?**

In fact, for this very reason, there’s no such thing as a 100th percentile. The person with the highest score is higher than everybody else, but not higher than herself, so she’s in the 99th percentile. If we are sticking with whole numbers, the 99th percentile is the highest possible percentile.

#### Is 98th percentile good?

Generally, you should aim to reach as high of a percentile as you can. While many high achievers strive to reach a 1600, in reality any score above a 1500 typically falls within the 99th or 98th percentile.

**What is the top 99 percent?**

We are the 99% is a political slogan widely used and coined during the 2011 Occupy movement. The phrase directly refers to the income and wealth inequality in the United States, with a concentration of wealth among the top-earning 1%.

## What is 99th percentile response time?

99th percentile = 850ms. as “99% percent of the requests had a response time of 850ms or less”

**What is 100th percentile?**

The 100th percentile is defined to be the largest value in the ordered list.

### What is the 99th percentile for male height?

6’3.57″

Selected Height Percentiles for Men and Women

Percentile | Male Height | Female Height |
---|---|---|

50% | 5’9.17″ | 5’3.58″ |

75% | 5’11.02″ | 5’5.63″ |

90% | 6’0.64″ | 5’6.97″ |

99% | 6’3.57″ | 5’9.72″ |

They are commonly used when examining test scores and that is probably the best example for understanding what is meant by the 99th percentile. Imagine that 100 people take a test. The lowest score would be the 0th percentile, meaning that 0% of the test takers scored less than the lowest score.

**Should I drop the 99th and 95th percentile for response speed?**

Not the 99th and 95th. It is throwing away the worst scores, not the best. Besides that, what use are those percentiles? I think dropping outliers makes much more sense. Drop the items furthest from the median, and give the average for that. For response speed, you are primarily interested in finding what most people encounter.

#### Is it possible to be in the 100th percentile?

For that reason, it’s impossible to be in the 100th percentile (as you always have at least one score, or in this case a data point, that is included). This is helpful when trying to figure out where a data point sits in a group.

**What is the 99th percentile of latency?**

The following figure shows the median latency observed, as well as the 90-th, 95-th, and 99-th percentiles (a 99-th percentile of latency of 50 milliseconds, for example, means that 99% of the elements arrive at the end of the pipeline in less than 50 milliseconds). Thanks for contributing an answer to Stack Overflow!