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Emilygc, what would your score be with Dave's corrections? Is it still below 70?
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I requested my answer sheet. I was counting #20 (4 points) as incorrect.
Turns out I have 67 without Dave’s corrections and 71 with.

Heart rates can come down now.
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I requested my answer sheet. I was counting #20 (4 points) as incorrect.
Turns out I have 67 without Dave’s corrections and 71 with.

Heart rates can come down now.
that makes a lot more sense.

I think that confirms that both Dave's corrections were likely made in that case, or at least the 3 pointer was corrected.
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that makes a lot more sense.

I think that confirms that both Dave's corrections were likely made in that case, or at least the 3 pointer was corrected.
That makes sense. I have a 67 with corrections.

I was hopeful for a minute!
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that makes a lot more sense.

I think that confirms that both Dave's corrections were likely made in that case, or at least the 3 pointer was corrected.
In recent years, they updated the answer list before sending out the exam results.

Some years they had to jump through hoops to actually make ANY changes to the JBEA web page. That appears to be the case this time around - they will update the answer key eventually.
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Rick, are you retiring?

http://actuarialoutpost.com/actuaria...d.php?t=343365
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Rick, are you retiring?
I am afraid that is TRUE.

My wife has set her retirement date as 12/31/19, and she is dragging me into retirement with her
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I am afraid that is TRUE.

My wife has set her retirement date as 12/31/19, and she is dragging me into retirement with her
oh wow, I'm glad I finally got back to taking EA-2L again and passing it before you retired.

That's some big shoes that TIA has to attempt to fill.
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the official answer key has been revised

https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-utl/ea2l_0519.pdf

they accepted all answers for questions 12 and 42, and a and e for question 30.

my final score is 73 points. i still got question 30 wrong.
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