※ Discrepancy: This statement is not exact or inaccurate: "... ACT percentiles are calculated on the basis of the percent of test takers scoring the same score or a lower one, not (as is the case for many other assessments) only the percent scoring lower". Specifically, it applies to the scores of 35 or lower but not the highest score of 36. This is because if % of test takers scored 36 AND lower, what score did the remaining % of test takers get? Obviously the answer is none because there is no score higher than 36. Therefore, the correct percentile for 36 appears to be % (100% — %). But if one looks at the next line (the score of 35) it appears to be % instead (100% — %). In other words, % of the test takers had a score of 35 or lower, meaning the only higher score, 36 (no scores between 35 and 36 as the increment is 1), belongs to the remaining % of test takers. But which is the true answer, % or %? If it's %, then % is a calculation error? Or the vice versa (% is true and % is a calculation error). Please clarify by checking on the original data! It's surprising to see such discrepancy for such a popular and critical test.
We are moving to Germany from USA, got a nursing job at the US Military Hospital in Landstahl Germany. My son is a sophomore in University in USA and is very excited at the prospect of studying in Germany/Europe. We have been researching schools and found University of Maryland University College in Heidelberg Germany. Is this a reputable college? I don’t see it listed here, are there any other schools that offer degrees in Computer Science. It has to be a school where the medium of instruction is English. Would it be better for him to study in England? Otherwise I will have to find out a way of him staying back here and continuing his education.
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