First of all, the impression I got from the description of statistical moderation, the worse everyone else in your class do, the better you do. So if everyone in your class practically fails, you get a rather large bonus. So having other people in your class who are really good is a disadvantage. At least, that's the impression I got.
Second of all, you are doing fabulously and my method of calculating will probably give you minimum as it doesn't take into account how the results get stretched out to fit a curve. My model gives you a 44, but it is likely to be closer to be 48, because I don't think it's possible to do much better than you did... So no way it can be less than 44. My model works best for up to 40, because above that the results tend to be stretched (I'm refering to the results in graph form, btw) towards 50 based on how well other people did.
I'm just replying to your comment in the english thread saying you'd try and estimate what you thought re study scores
my average for my sacs for the year is 95% - and my school's sacs usually get dragged up by our strong cohort
I'm hoping for a 8/9 on the analysis from the exam, a 8 and 9 on the text response and think i could scrape a 10 on the context
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