# Can z-score be more than 4?

## Can z-score be more than 4?

If you were looking at a single variable, values for the largest magnitude of z-score much past 4 would be somewhat surprising for samples drawn from a normal distribution. If you’re looking at say 20 variables you would expect some to be bigger than 4 but you might find a value like say 4.6 or so somewhat surprising.

**What is the z-score of 6?**

Z-table

z | 0 | 0.01 |
---|---|---|

0.4 | 0.15542 | 0.1591 |

0.5 | 0.19146 | 0.19497 |

0.6 | 0.22575 | 0.22907 |

0.7 | 0.25804 | 0.26115 |

### Can z-score be more than 3?

Z score tables sometimes only go up to 3. But depending on the spread of the population, z scores could go on for a while. A Z score of 3 refers to 3 standard deviations. That would mean that more than 99% of the population was covered by the z score.

**How do you find the z value from a table?**

First, look at the left side column of the z-table to find the value corresponding to one decimal place of the z-score (e.g. whole number and the first digit after the decimal point). In this case it is 1.0. Then, we look up a remaining number across the table (on the top) which is 0.09 in our example.

#### Can z-score be more than 5?

3 Answers. You can certainly get a z-score to exceed 5 in absolute size, or indeed any other finite value.

**How high can z-scores be?**

A z-score can be placed on a normal distribution curve. Z-scores range from -3 standard deviations (which would fall to the far left of the normal distribution curve) up to +3 standard deviations (which would fall to the far right of the normal distribution curve).

## What is the z-score of 12?

Percentile | z-Score |
---|---|

9 | -1.341 |

10 | -1.282 |

11 | -1.227 |

12 | -1.175 |

**What is the z-score table?**

A Z-Score Table is a table which shows the percentage of values (or area percentage) to the left of a given z-score on a standard normal distribution.

### How high can z scores be?

**Can z-score be greater than 10?**

#### When to use 1st table or 2nd table for z score?

If a z-score calculation yields a negative standardized score refer to the 1st table, when positive used the 2nd table. For George’s example we need to use the 2nd table as his test result corresponds to a positive z-score of 0.67.

**What do you need to know about the Z table?**

By Z-Table.com. The mean (average value) of the population to which the unstandardized value belongs. The standard deviation of the population to which the unstandardized value belongs. The unstandardized raw value for which you want to compute a Z-score.

## How is the Z table used to find probabilities?

The z-Table. The z-Table on this page indicates the area to the right of the vertical center-line of the z-curve (or standard normal curve) for different standard deviations. This table is very useful for finding probabilities when the event in question follows a normal distribution.

**Where are the negative scores on the Z table?**

Use the negative Z score table below to find values on the left of the mean as can be seen in the graph alongside. Corresponding values which are less than the mean are marked with a negative score in the z-table and respresent the area under the bell curve to the left of z.