Re: PTs - a lot of the people sharing scores thus far did better than I did on PTs. It's important to keep in mind that based on all the historical data we have, that you can miss A LOT of questions and still be 86+. IIRC and 86 was something like 54% correct on at least one administration. Therefore if you were hitting ~62% or above consistently (or had recently trended towards ~62%+) then you're in a good spot, and heck, unless there's a been quite a change you might even be good with less than that (especially if you don't need 86), I just say that to be safe and these numbers are based on a more stringent curve. The real point is that even if you did miss a swarm of questions, you can still easily have passed and so long as you get whatever point threshold matters to you, then you're good and it's not like a higher score would have changed anything.
For today's test I personally felt like at least part of the difficulty came from some odd answer choices that I hadn't encountered during my prep as they seemed to come at the "right" answer from a really weird angle. I recognized the ethical situation and knew "a" answer to the question, but it wasn't there, so it was a string of the ole' "ok so which of these is way more complicated than necessary but still correct" moments.
On an unrelated note, I had some really good waffles.
cannibal ox wrote:I haven't kept up with this thread but for anyone wondering about scores, I took my exam on Saturday, November 7th, 2015 and received my score on Tuesday, December 8th, 2015.
Good to know, thanks!