According to NCARB, the pass scores are a given range.
For example, PDD is between 58 and 65 percent for a passing score.
I took one of the new NCARB practice exams and my score was within this 'pass' range but the exam dashboard said it was a fail.
So why is there a range and how is a pass actually determined?
Is it saying you need a minimum of 58 percent to pass PDD? Is it saying depending on 'other factors' the minimum passing score could range between 58 - 65 depending on the specific exam you were given on that testing day? Or does the range mean something completely different?
Thanks to anyone who can clarify this!
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