My guess is no, but please let me know which band levels should look into retabulating. How does an 8 rank in that scale? Is it retabulation-worthy? Level 2: Fail The table below illustrates your subject matter strengths and weaknesses. The three columns on the right are marked with asterisks to indicate your performance on each question or topic area. Item Set Q# Topic Max Pts <=50% 51%-70% >70% - Alternative Investments 18 - - * - Corporate Finance 36 - - * - Derivatives 36 - * - - Economics 18 * - - - Equity Investments 72 - * - - Ethical & Professional Standards 36 * - - - Financial Statement Analysis 72 - * - - Fixed Income Investments 36 - * - - Portfolio Management 18 * - - - Quantitative Methods 18 - - * We have divided the full group of failed candidates into ten approximately equal score bands. Your score band below shows how your overall score on the exam compares with all other failed candidates. For example, if your reported score band is 1, you scored in approximately the bottom 10% of failed candidates. If your reported score band is 2, your score was within the next band width ranging from approximately the bottom 11% to 20% of failed candidates. If your score band is reported as 10, you scored in the top 10% of all failed candidates. Performance band of your overall score among all candidates who failed the exam: 8 Thanks in advance guys.
No. You aren’t in the top 20% of failures. You were considerably off the mark.
From what I have read it seems that a retab would only be worth it if you were in the failure band 1 and you knew that was wrong. This could mean that the machine screwed up.
Cool, thanks. Will have to step it up next year. I figured it wouldn’t be worth the money spent, nor would an error be likely.