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What could the counselor interpreting these data correctly conclude? A respondent took a standardized aptitude test which yielded percentile ranks for three normative groups. The respondent's results were as follows: 55th percentile for local norms, 69th percentile for state norms, and 61st percentile for national norms.



A. A. similar group respondent aptitude scores in the state are generally higher than the respondent score aptitude
B. B. similar group respondent aptitude scores nationally are lower than respondent aptitude scores locally.
C. C. similar group respondent aptitude nationally is lower than respondent aptitude in the state.
D. D. no valid comparisons among the respective distributions can be made from these data.

This question is part of NCE Practice Examination
Asked by Kristenkettler, Last updated: Mar 28, 2020

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John Adney

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Sep 22, 2016

B. similar group respondent aptitude scores nationally are lower than respondent aptitude scores locally.

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allierosec

Allierosec

Replied on Apr 01, 2018

Can you explain why that is the answer and not A?

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