My AUA in-service exam percentile rank is 100.

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Knight_md
My AUA in-service exam percentile rank is 100.

I'm a pre-Urology resident doing Gen Surg, and I just learned that I scored the 100th percentile among my peers in the AUA in-service exam..... What does that mean? I've only heard of a 99th percentile. What does 100 mean? Is this the highest AUA in-service exam score by a pre-Urology resident across the US or just in my program? I'm asking because the only other pre-Urology resident in my program was in the 50th percentile. PS - My participant average score was 30% in all questions.... did any pre-Urology residents you know score higher than that?Thanks!

Edited by: nicky on 05/11/2015 - 19:51 Reason: Updated by FeedsNodeProcessor
Anonymous (not verified)
Ask your program director.

Ask your program director.

Anonymous (not verified)
Re: AUA in-service exam: 100th percentile

Anonymous User wrote:
Ask your program director.
I've already asked him, as well as the PGME dept, and they say it's in comparison to all the first year Uro residents in North America and internationally who sat for the exam. I've contacted AUA who haven't responded yet.

Anonymous (not verified)
Highest Score

It means that you alone had the highest score of pre-urology residents to take the test.  Great job!

Anonymous (not verified)
proof??

proof??

Anonymous (not verified)
cool story bro

cool story bro

Anonymous (not verified)
It means that you are exactly

It means that you are exactly twice as smart as your co-resident.