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FAP FA Angst

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There was a google spreadsheet for the FA, and I think the pass rate was around 65-70%. And there were a lot of people who needed repeated attempts, because the FA in general isn’t easy (especially within the 96 hour time limit).

Try to relax and get your mind off of it. Of course it’s easier said than done, but it seems like you did everything you could and it’s out of your control at this point. I used to do the same with exam results, but I later realized that I wasted my time worrying about it during the waiting period (regardless whether I passed or failed).
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Based on my FA experience, I think it's more important for your answers to be clear than it is for them to be right, so I wouldn't sweat the small things you think you did wrong.
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I’m in the same boat, failed January, took this past weekend, feel anxious already. Having worked with a colleague this time and being able to look at the model solution helped me feel more comfortable in what I submitted this time (except for lack of time to fully proofread). Do I feel like I should MMR? Yes. Am I still worried that I was overly wordy? Sure. Luckily, I still got EMAs to resubmit so now those will feel like cake at least.

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