MST365  CMA42 result is in: 83%. Of 20 questions I had four errors. Not bad you would say. Well, compared to the other students I did rather poorly.
Score Students
0039 2
4054 10
5569 27
7084 78
85100 205
I basically come in with the last 25% or so. Nevertheless I am fairly happy with this result. Proud even. It's not a race.
Maybe students have been swapping results, which is simply not fair. On the other hand I think most MT365 students are extremely motivated. Others won't be on a 90 point load.
Looking at the results it seems the course is rather simple. Well, it is not. It's hard.
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