## What does CAT score mean?

Scoring. Range of CAT scores from 0–40. Higher scores denote a more severe impact of COPD on a patient’s life. The difference between stable and exacerbation patients was five units. No target score represents the best achievable outcome.

**What does a CAT score of 120 mean?**

The average CAT score used in state secondary schools is 100, so a CAT score 120 is the equivalent of top set at your local state comprehensive. Private school parents are often very sucessful, hard working and intelligent.

**What is a passing score on the CAT?**

The CAT is scored using a 0-3 scale (i.e., 3 Pass, 2–Minimum Pass, 1–Not Passing [formerly Conditional], 0–Fail).

### What is the average CATs score?

Generally, the ‘average’ score is between 85 and 115. Anything outside of those limits is highlighted, so a score of 132 is well above average. In most cases CATs simply give an idea of current cognitive ability.

**What is a good CAT 4 score?**

Standard Age Score. Students who score exactly as expected for their age group would be given a score of 100 (scores between 89 – 111 are considered to be within the “average” bracket). Scores of 112 and above are deemed above average and scores of 88 and below would be considered below average.

**Is 130 a good CAT score?**

Scores above 130 are considered exceptional. Standardised scores frequently go up or down from one year to the next, and statistically, a change of around 8 points or so is considered completely insignificant.

## Is 115 a good CAT score?

CAT are standardised scores, 68% of the population will score between 85 and 115. So your dc score is slightly above the average range.

**What is a good score in CAT 2020?**

CAT Score vs Percentile 2020

CAT 2020 Score | CAT 2020 Percentile |
---|---|

119-120 | 99+ |

95-110 | 95-98 |

72-100 | 90-94 |

70-80+ | 85-89 |