If you think CFAI is adjusting the MPS depending on the difficulty of the exam, then i guess i’m the victim of relative grading.
If it’s a competition among each test takers to beat the rest of their cohort in order to gain the top percentile spots then the exam has do away with absolute grading (getting a 70% score to pass)
If they value competition for limited spots that can pass the exam, then I just have to get used to the game. Quite sad because I aim to get above 70% in all my mock practices and I got average of 75% - 85% in most of them.
Apparently the 40% candidates who passed the exam in my cohort aimed higher for perfection so, they got the spots.
Quite sad with this because this is my second take. My May 2019 exam results was definitely much poorer than this and the overall score was a thread below MPS too. Even though I improved a lot, I still failed. Well, that’s life and just have to get back on that bike and keep paddling.