Just tooling around with a way to collect peoples scores tomorrow… Anyone have any feedback on the following form? http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?key=pa-2x0CfXck6F49X3fezBYA It appears as if the topic areas on level I this year were listed in alpha order (not sure if they were last year too), so I’ll probably have to change that. I was going to add a section for you to input your AF handle, but I’d be pretty happy if this were shared outside of AF as well. Of course, quality control could become an issue, but this all for fun anyway.
Manuhack says they are going to try to calculate the MPS, at least. CFA Success has never shared the data as far as I know. My intent was to collect and share publicly, that’s all. Neither one of those two sites will do so.
after all, we may just want some basic statistics and manuhack looks fine by me anyway, we can try do all
If manuhack says they will release the full set of data collected, then no need for mine. I didn’t see that. Did they?
plyon - you might want to collect whether people have passed or failed as well! It’s a reasonably key piece of info
May also be worth collecting “over the weekend, did you see a link to register for LIII/LII with no tick/didn’t see anything”.
chrismaths Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > plyon - you might want to collect whether people > have passed or failed as well! It’s a reasonably > key piece of info Doh! Thanks for that obvious suggestion. I actually created the form two months ago and just looked at it quickly again last night before posting. (BTW — 9:18 EST here and still can’t log in… arghh!)
i just put my data in. plyon, let us know the stats when its “statistically significant”
plyon, You can download the data from the link http://www.cfasuccess.com/cs/calculator/ This calculator also compiles the scores from those who used 40/60/80 rules, and statistics data is created in an excel file for each exam term. You can download these excel files by clicking “Download Statistics Data” button. Make sure you choose correct exam term and level when download them. I hope that’s what you want.
Thanks, Richard. Also posted in your thread.