That all depends on the linearity of the printed scale. The scale is usually made to match the linearity of the movement except in really cheap meters that use a linear scale.the magnetic meters were most accurate at the 1-st 3-rd of their scale - if i remember right . . .
maybe http://www.bspublications.net/downloads/05a8bc06656f5c_Ch-1_Srinivas_Electrical Electronic Measurements & Instrumentation.pdf#page=9
It means the actual value can be anywhere within ±30 of the meter reading.then 3% of full scale 1000 = 30 should be added/subtracted to/from reading values?
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