I’ve personally done about 50-60% of the Schweser questions (Accidently deleted some tests, so those questions got placed back into the pool making my usage amount iffy) and getting about the same scores you did. I only did the intermediate/hard questions, though. I finished the morning CFAI Mock in 1.5 hours and the evening in 1.75 hours, scoring in the 70s. I’ve found that the QBank makes it clear the formulas I forgot to study, so I take advanced question tests and then memorize those formulas I got wrong. As far as ethics, the Qbank and ethics are completly different. I focus more on reading the explanation to each question in the QBank, to be familiar with the stuff.
I have most of the theory down, it’s just forgetting to subtract a 1 or add it back. I find taking a QBank test a day on all sections keeps them refreshed, so I don’t forget most of the concepts in sections like Econ since there are a ton. But when I took the CFAI tests, a lot of stuff I could peice togehter because I’ve taken sooo many QBank questions, you start to remember “Oh I use this and that, and that right there is distractor information.”
That’s my experience at least. We’ll see how the test goes