Passing question.

Passing question.

Postby ArchFaction » Mon Sep 17, 2018 5:37 pm

Can you pass an exam with a level 2 score for all sections?
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Re: Passing question.

Postby thd7t » Tue Sep 18, 2018 5:20 am

I believe so, because NCARB describes a 2 as adequate, but the real thing to remember is that you need to hit their cut score. You can pass with level 3 in minor areas as long as you do very well in major areas. However, if you pass, you won't know how you did. I'm pretty sure that this is why they don't give levels on passing exams. People might have the same numbers, but some might have passed by the skin of their teeth.
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Re: Passing question.

Postby max8176 » Tue Sep 18, 2018 12:37 pm

I took PPD a month ago and did not pass. I have mostly 2 and couple of 3. I posted a question in the general section on this as well.
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Re: Passing question.

Postby thd7t » Wed Sep 19, 2018 5:07 am

max8176 wrote:I took PPD a month ago and did not pass. I have mostly 2 and couple of 3. I posted a question in the general section on this as well.

I did see that this question was also posted on NCARB's forum and appears to have been answered by them. 2's in all areas will pass.
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Re: Passing question.

Postby max8176 » Wed Sep 19, 2018 9:41 am

Thanks! Good to know I could have passed it. I swear I am just off few question on the two sections that I got 3. To be honest I didn't really study that much on PPD considered I failed PDD one month earlier. Also, took this before I went to vacation. I feel that PPD definitely easlier than PDD. Well, or the subject I am more familiar with I guess.
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Re: Passing question.

Postby ArchFaction » Wed Sep 19, 2018 4:58 pm

Ok thanks for the feedback, seems all 2's will pass!
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