There are three status of the assessments: Normal or Typical, Slightly Advantaged or Elevated, Advantaged or Elevated.
If the trait you are looking at is a risky trait, Normal, Slightly Elevated or elevated is used, otherwise Typical, Slightly Advantaged or Advantaged are used.
Example of assessment results per trait category
The assessment depends on the specific risk threshold for a trait. So for some traits if you are in the lowest 75% you are low risk/normal/typical and for some the threshold for slightly elevated may be as low as 60%. Basically a Normal or Typical assessment means regardless if the actual percentage of people with lower risk than the person, the person still falls within the low risk/typical range for the predisposition.
If a person has an assessment score of "Slightly" that means that 75% of individuals of that assessment or higher within the reference population have indeed shown predisposition.
If a person has an assessment of Advantaged or Elevated that means 90% of people with that assessment score have shown actual predisposition in the reference population.
Please note the percentages reported in the pie chart, is based on total traits you have ordered and assessed. If you ordered all reports, it is more comprehensive than the scenario that you have ordered one package.
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