Quote from grapejuice01
Does that mean all the people who have ever taken the test at that facility or just those that were in my testing group? I was the first one to finish and they printed out my grade and handed it to me as I was leaving the room, so I dont see how that would work.
What is considered a "good" grade or one that will get me admitted somewhere?
Gosh, I don't know the answer to that. We didn't get our results until after everyone had taken the test, and they mailed it to us. So for us, I assume the composite percentile was based on that facility.
But now that I'm looking at mine, on the back it says: "Your percentile score tells how many out of 100 other people scored lower than you did." So that implies that they're just using national averages, rather than YOUR facility.
Overall, though, I'd say that's a very good grade, and if my school is any indication on the competitiveness of your school, you're in. Of course, that's assuming they only use the NET as the sole criterion. If they go by other factors as well, it would depend on those also.