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i got 231/81
i want to know if this would be 99 if i was in the old system
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i got 231/81
i want to know if this would be 99 if i was in the old system
Yes, but again it doesnt make a difference in apps now.

Not sure what the obsession is with this whole 99 thing, and I find it amusing that folks are getting great 3 digit scores, but still disappointed because they dont see a "99". It was never meant to be a percentile even in the old system.
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to be 231 on ck
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to be 231 on ck

Yes

Pretty much
>220 is good
>230 is great
>240 is awesome
>250 is amazing!
>260 is another league
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