PT 55-60 curve - recent curves

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PT 55-60 curve - recent curves

Postby JJDancer » Thu Oct 07, 2010 5:10 pm

Random info just in case anyone wanted it
I was curious about what the recent curves (how many you can miss to get a 170) had been.

PT 55: - 9 . . (91/100 credited)
PT 56: -11 . . (89/100)
PT 57: -11 . . (90/101)
PT 58: - 11 . . (90/101)
PT 59: - 13 and -14 . . (87-88/101)
PT 60: -11 and -12 . . (87-88/99)
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Re: PT 55-60 curve - recent curves

Postby beachbum » Thu Oct 07, 2010 5:14 pm

I know this is asking for a lot, but it would also be helpful to include the number of credited responses for each exam. A -11 curve out of 101 questions is not the same as a -11 with 99 questions, and that small shift could mean the difference between 170 and 172.

For what it's worth, PT60 has 99 credited responses. -12 and -11 both scaled to a 170.

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Re: PT 55-60 curve - recent curves

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Re: PT 55-60 curve - recent curves

Postby JJDancer » Thu Oct 07, 2010 5:46 pm

beachbum wrote:I know this is asking for a lot, but it would also be helpful to include the number of credited responses for each exam.


Updated.

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Re: PT 55-60 curve - recent curves

Postby ND'10 » Thu Oct 07, 2010 10:34 pm

I could go for a -16 curve on Saturday hah

Then again, the test would probably have to have 4 dino games to produce that kind of curve now




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