70% raw should put you in the passing range. I think the number I heard was 65%. But don't worry about numbers and percentages because scaling, 25 experimental, and sometimes Qs that get doubled keyed and thrown out will change all that! Just focus on learning the BLL and taking the time to learn the reasoning behind the correct answer for every Q whether you got it wrong or right, good luck!
hey cnk --- how do we figure this out with adaptibar? just the raw percentage? what if* we are not even close to the # we are supposed to have done?
ps thank you for all your help
Im not cnk, but depending on what you want to check, you go to your "performance" tab, then subject performance, then you can check your accuracy for today, your overall "session" (all questions answered) or a refined search between dates. I log when I hit my first 350 (the date started/ended, same for my second set of 350 and will do so for each 350 set) so you can compare your first set, to your second to your third and so on.
Youll see your "overall" accuracy across all 7 subjects, but then also per subject and then subtopic so you know what to work on through the coming weeks. Youll also know you score for each set of 350 so you can compare improvements from session to session to see how you are scoring over time and not just based on the overall amount of questions you scored - the hope is that your overall accuracy is improving over time so your first "set" may be dragging your overall score down now.
Hope that helps.