## What is quintile rank?

A quintile is simply one-fifth of a ranked list. In the Community Data Profiles, quintiles are determined by ranking counties in order by rate. For positive and negative indicators, the first quintile represents the preferred health outcome rates.

**What is quintile ratio?**

It is calculated as the ratio of total income received by the 20 % of the population with the highest income (the top quintile) to that received by the 20 % of the population with the lowest income (the bottom quintile).

**What is a quintile analysis?**

Quintile analysis breaks down the total number of records into five groups that are ordered by data value sequence of low to high. Each group contains 20 percent of the total records. You can view this grouping to understand how distinct values divide into those quintiles.

### What are schools with Quintiles 1 3?

The schools in the lower quintiles (1 to 3) are declared no-fee schools, and do not charge school fees. These schools get the majority of the government’s funding. Schools in quintiles 4 and 5 receive a small amount of funding from the government and are therefore allowed to charge school fees.

**How do you find Quintiles?**

Steps

- 1 Put the values in numerical order from lowest to highest.
- 2 Divide the sorted values into fifths.
- 3 Calculate the total value for all cases.
- 4 Calculate the total amount in each quintile.
- 5 Calculate the percentage of the total amount for each quintile.

**What are schools with quintiles 1 3?**

#### What is a quintile 4 school?

Schools in quintile 1, 2 and 3 have been declared no-fee schools, while schools in quintiles 4 and 5 are fee-paying schools.

**What is quintile ratio of India?**

As shown in the graph, the Quintile Ratio, which in India’s case this is 5.3 which means that economically better off 20% of the population in the nation makes five times more money than the people falling in the poorest 20% bracket.

**How do you calculate quintile?**

## How do you calculate a quintile?

**How do you read quintile data?**

It can also be used to refer to the cut-of points (quartiles) for these portions.

- 0 – 20% is the first quintile (also called the bottom quintile),
- From 20 to 40% is the second quintile,
- From 40 to 60% is the third quintile,
- From 60 to 80% is the fourth quintile,