You need to provide the name of your supervisor and describe how you manage risk in your everyday job (basically, write a small essay describing your job & how it is relevant vs FRM). No need to submit any written certificates, contracts or whatever.
David! Your resource is definitely the best! FRM PART 2 Passed!!! Exam problems are much harder than given in Schweser! And much trickier than GARP Practice exams! And questions are intricately formulated, even for me (I
hail from Moscow) who passed TOEFL with 102 score and have been learning english for my whole life
Without you and Nicole David I could hardly approach this FRM, You are always helpful and look into the crux of the matter, so thanks a lot and continue this way, I will never forget this amazing experience of learning and practicing!
Maybe they grade on a curve so you are in one way competing against fellow exam takers, however they may also have a score in mind that when surpassed, it results in a pass irrespective of how others have done on that specific exam.
So in Nov 2015, the population of exam takers may have been much better overall than the May 2015 population of exam takers so many more exceeded the magical passing score.
Just a theory...obviously I have little idea as to the real reason.
With the help of Bionicturtle candidates become better and better prepared - this is one of explanations! The other one - exam was fair, not very sophisticated in comparison to previous exam which I also wrote and in my humble opinion it was too tricky and mazy in a sense!
@HERO On the webinar, I did try to ask you question. I rephrased your question in the text-based Q&A as the following: "One of our customers asked: the passing rates in 2015 increased from May to November (P1: 49.2% to 62.1%, and P2: 52.4% to 62.1%) by, respectively +6.2% (P1) and +9.7% (P2). Is there a reason?" but they didn't really answer this question, sorry. Here are @Nicole Manley 's terrific notes from the webinar: http://trtl.bz/1UgIuCi