Interesting, but perhaps the "Percent" is not saying so much about the Monks' "quality" (no, I will not go into any discussion about XP and quality here). It would say a lot more if one also took into account the level (Saint,...) as now a "new" initiate will have a low percentage (no one who came in after him will have a higher XP yet) and will thus rank very high (within the first twenty).
Perhaps sorting on "level" first and "percent" next?
Still, a useful exercise: ++!
Update: I see you now exclude Monks with less 100 XP. That indeed already answers my comment!
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