pricon wrote:All the numerical value of the curve signifies is the flexibility of the test. By definition, the curve normalizes the difficulties between exams. However, a small curve means less flexibility. In other words, you are more likely to over- or under-perform, as opposed to getting right at your average, on a smaller curve than you are on a larger curve.
Which means statistically speaking if you had a -13 curve versus a -9, the latter was the easier exam in terms of raw score, right?
So what I'm curious about is if people have actually sensed that correlation from PT to PT, because based on 7Sage's ratings for various exams/sections, I'm not seeing much of a correlation.