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Old 02-01-2019, 03:47 AM
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I really wish they posted real solutions, i.e. all possible answers (of course can't cover all) with points beside them, instead of the way that the "solutions" are currently presented, which to my understanding are just "what would a score 10 may look like".

It is almost impossible to practice on old exams, since if your answers do not match theirs, you have no confidence if it's just that you have a different, but still valid answer, or you are completely off-track.
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Old 02-17-2019, 08:38 PM
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For Fall 2018 Ques 1, In the solutions they said if you used 90/110 then EVA investment function is 1.73. How so? Shouldn't it be 1.55?
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Old 02-25-2019, 12:30 PM
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Q01 01
Q02 08
Q03 01
Q04 01
Q05 02
Q06 06
Q07 09
Q08 08

Got a 4. I took the ILA Exam. Was surprised at how little partial credit I earned.
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Old 03-16-2019, 03:40 PM
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Q01 01
Q02 08
Q03 01
Q04 03
Q05 10
Q06 10
Q07 04
Q08 01

Got a 5. Took the retirement benefits extension.

Shocked I got a 1 on #3. I wrote so much for that question but clearly missed the mark completely!
Is it safe to say that if I got a 1 on a question, it means TWO graders agreed on the score?

Funnily enough I got 10s on #s 5 and 6. For #6 I had no idea what an influence matrix was (I used PAK and don't remember coming across that in the study manual) but still managed a 10. Unbelievable.
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