Pricer wrote:PT Range: 167-176
PT Average: 171-172
Actual Score on 2/6: 162
I did worse than I had even considered possible. I am going to get a hand score.
I'm right there with you. Except I was violently ill with the flu on the day of the test, so it just confirms my suspicion that I am an idiot for not canceling or for showing up for the test in the first place. I incorrectly bubbled in my name at first, so that should have told me something. Weeks before the test, I thought I would be upset if I got below a 175. Ha! Guess the joke's on me. June, here I come! What a depressing first post...
I took the test on over 6 hours of sleep (which I consider enough before a test), a clear head, and no problems. I knew when I left I didn't do as well as normal, but I never imagined it would go that far south of my PTs. The only explanation I can think of is a scoring error. I was filling in a bubble when time was called, so I had to jerk my hand away, and I smeared about 6 or 7 answers in the process. I knew I could not fix it, and something told me I should get a hand scoring. If this test was disclosed, I could see if that was the problem. Now, I have to pay $41 on the chance that it may improve my score. Even if 6 were counted wrong that should have been right, that is still well below my average, probably even not making it to the 167 end of my range.