Yeah, I mean, the scores are based on the last couple years test takers correct? So unless there is a large amount of people scoring in certain ranges, or (in the most simple case) a large number of people doing very poorly or very well, major shifts in the scoring should not occur. If a 50 is a 90%, then that fairs well for those of us who just took the test. If this is true, and what the last poster said was true, then it seems a portion of the test probably became harder than it used to be, say 15% of the test questions, and caused a downward shift near the top, but not much movement in the middle or bottom. People who do poorly will do poorly, people who do average will do average, people who would do excellent are now doing a bit less than that? Maybe I'm wrong? We'll see what happens when scores are released in several weeks.