Does anyone know if there is a curve for FAR besides for the pretest questions that are not counted?
I know they insist it is NOT a curve, but it is still not based on a straight percentage. They do admit that some questions are worth more than others.
@ mla1169 So you are saying that by having different percentages for mcq that in-itself is a curve?
Do you know any tips for studying AUD?
I've read that some questions are worth double what other questions are worth, etc.
Another74, I wouldn't be in a position to give tips until I pass it LOL!! But I am following Jeff's advice in the Ninja notes religiously because people who have used them swear it works. writing, rewriting and rewriting again!
They key to pass every exam is to read the sections 7+ times and practice the mcqs at least 10 times…I'm lazy and don't like to write..and Gods knows it…I will read the books until I know them by memory like Denzel Washington w/ the bible….lol
I hope they give partial credit for the sims.
I think the whole rewriting your notes concept works best for other tests like REG, BEC, and AUD – where memorization of concepts is more prevalent. For FARE, what works best for me is to repeat MQs until I want to puke..
All the exams are curved. The passing rate for each of the tests hovers around 40%. There is no way it just happens to work out like that every year.
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