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05-04-2005, 10:22 AM
I don't know about you all, but I thought the exam was tough. What was up with the discounting problem? and the discounting disclosures question? And, of all of the questions to ask on Mallor, they ask about guest statutes??
I'm hoping the pass mark is high 50s. What are your thoughts? Do you think it might be higher because it was all essay?
I'm hoping the pass mark is in the low fifties, thinking I'm between 40 and 65 now :(
I thought the test was BRUTALLY long, and asked from espteric parts on the syllabus, but was fair. I liked how they combined readings in questions, like needing to know IRIS 9 & 10 to solve 11 (lost points there) or Schedule P to solve the RBC question. Someone put some thought into those.
For gosh sakes, who on the committee has a thing for law?! Sheesh. Guests, Statutory Liability :wall:
And someone became enamored with Notes to the AS; structured settlements, A&E, Tabular-^*$#-discounting?
A long eight weeks ahead.
05-04-2005, 11:31 AM
I scribbled frantically for four hours, without hesitation, and still didn't finish the exam. Hoping everyone else felt the same way because I know I'm getting zero on the 10-15 point for non-answered questions. Maybe the examiners didn't judge the length very well when eliminating multiple choice.
05-04-2005, 11:40 AM
I'd be surprised if the pass mark is over 60. Those questions on tabular discounts etc are going to be low scoring questions.
In addition, the lack of a Schedule F provision for insurance question will bring the average down a bit as well since this was pretty much easy marks in the past.
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