Re: 70-218

From: JaR (plentenospam_at_nospamsofthome.net)
Date: 03/09/04


Date: Tue, 09 Mar 2004 09:19:25 -0800

rowenna opined, On 3/9/04 7:59 AM:

> The pass mark changes from week to week, depending on how
> many people have passed recently. If a lot of people pass
> then the exam is deemed too easy and the pass mark goes
> up.

Damn! Somebody figured that out. Now everybody will know that all they
have to do is wait for a week when not many have passed and they'll get
an easy exam.

LOfreakingL!

JaR
Amused Thug



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