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Pitt WREB exam

Discussion in 'NBDE Exams & Licensure Exams' started by ItsGavinC, May 26, 2008.

  1. ItsGavinC

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    I heard that the recent WREB at Pitt had less than 75% of the candidates pass. Anybody have any info on this or the actual number of candidates at the exam?
     
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  3. tinker bell

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    That sounds about right number. Not many schools have 98% passing rate. May be the graduating class, but if including out of towners, quite a few people failed at each exam. You can call the wreb and ask, they have no problem giving the number out.
     
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    Hi!
    I took the WREB at PITT and there were very few people there...I don't know the exact #, but at orientation there weren't more than 40 people....I'm choked with the passing rate because everyone I spoke during the exam seemed to be doing fine....

    Well, good luck to u!!!
     
  5. ShawnOne

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    speaking of pass rates....USC had a 92% rate in May according to an email from admin today. There were about 110 students who took the exam.
     
  6. tinker bell

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    That's only USC students, not counting out of towners. If you want specific numbers, call the WREB, and their number is always lower than the number the school gives out.
     

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