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Thread: Fall 2009 Grade Release Schedule

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    Actuary.com - Level III Poster mathrix's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by bniu View Post
    yes, FM/2. Are you sitting for the feb exam? I started studying for FM/2 about 2 hours after sitting for P/1. Hopefully it'll be enough time...
    I'm sitting on May because I missed the registration Deadline for Feb-March sitting. Good luck to you. I'm actually studying for CLEP Econ Exams first.

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    i got 8 . can anyone tell me what that means in terms of no. of questions i answered correctly? is it 23-24 or more?

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    Quote Originally Posted by recession View Post
    i got 8 . can anyone tell me what that means in terms of no. of questions i answered correctly? is it 23-24 or more?
    Ok...I'm not 100% sure on this but I think this is how it goes. An 8 means that you scored between 120% and 130% of the passing score.

    6: 100%-110% of passing score
    7: 110%-120% of passing score
    8: 120%-130% of passing score
    9: 130%-140% of passing score
    10: 140%+ of passing score

    So if the passing score were say...19/30...then you would have 23 or 24 right for a decile score of 8. It completely depends on the passing score, which idk if they release.

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    You should be able to figure it out from here http://soa.org/files/pdf/edu-2009-11...m-percents.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoMoreExams View Post
    You should be able to figure it out from here http://soa.org/files/pdf/edu-2009-11...m-percents.pdf
    Maybe I'm crazy..but that table is titled with Exam P and doesn't actually show any information about it.

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    Got a 10.... Yay!

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