For PI, I think I got 65+ and passed with Q1s. I do not think SAT or CFA results can be some good proxies for FRM exams. Just as with any model, the results are only as good as the inputs. Any assumption is just assumption.
Let's stop your hunt for clues to narrow down the exact precise passing score, cj9101. There is no official source at all.
All are based on estimation and assessment by test takers on their own performance, there just have been numerous discussions that point to some ranges that many happen to...
anyone remember the answer of the question ranking funds L, M and N from least likely to default to most likely?
also the question of the graph of federal funds rate and CVA? what should the graph look like?