You did good.
I believe that the pre-nln entrance exam and the pax are both the same - im not sure though.
Raw scores is how many questions you got right out of the questions you were given. So, for example, for verbal, you got 44 out of 60 questions right.
DI = students who took the exam who were applying for a diploma program.
AD = students who took the exam who were applying for an associates program.
All = students applying to schools
that can grant an associates or a BSN.
The numbers underneath each of them is a percentile not a percentage - it's how much better you did compared to other students who took the exam.
So for instance, under AD, for verbal, you got an 80 - that means you are in the 80th percentile, you did better than 80% of the people that took the test in verbal who were applying for an Associates program; 20% of the people did better than you.
For math, under AD, you got a 97 - you are the 97th percentile, you did better than 97% of the people that took the test in math who were applying for an associates program; 3 % of the people did better than you.
For composite scores:
The first score is your overall score for the test - 200 is the highest, 1 is the lowest, 100 is average and most students score around 100. It's really hard to crack past 150 or under 50 - you would either have to get almost every question right or wrong.
You got a 135 - which is really good. You are the cream of the crop. Good job! =D
The three remaining scores are your composite scores in verbal, math, and science - for these scores, 100 is the highest you can get, 50 is the average, and 1 is the lowest you can get.
97,93, and 94 are really good grades!