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Thanks for that. It is simpler than I thought. I thought that the correlation between the examinations would need to be squared. How would I calculate this for more than 2 exams and with different correlations? For instance, how many people would be in the top 10% in three tests(A, B & C) which correlate at .7 for A/C, .6 for A/B and .5 for B/C?