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” Some months went by, and the “car wash” remained fresh in my mind.
These numbers are skewed toward making the pass rate look higher than it is as the State Bar excludes those who do not finish the test from ratios.
For comparison, if California adopted a passing score that was the same as New York (which is essentially the average passing score for all states), 87% of all California test takers would pass.
I finally gave in, and sent the message, “…and here is where it becomes odd.
That same day, before the other guy was able to respond, Ranger “X” sent me the coordinates of an old well site in the Pinto Basin, suggesting that we check it out.