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 What are topic weights meaning? 
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Dear Analyst Forum, sorry for question which you might find obvious, but for me it is not clear even after researching the internet and CFA website specifically. I have three observations:
1) This page presents different weights for each topic: ... ights.aspx
2) This page explicitly says that all questions in the exam have equal weights: ... index.aspx
3) QBank calculates the result of the test exam simply as [correct answers]/[total questions]
So (2) and (3) suggests that there are no topic-weightening when calculating the result of the exam. How are topic weights taken into account then? What do they mean? How they are supposed to be used by candidates?
P.S. I first thought that weights refer to the relative share of questions from each topic in total questions but again, looking at Schweser’s QBank and Test Exams, this doesn’t look true.

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Hm, that's indeed a useful information, which I wasn't knowledged about. So thanks a lot for it, I'll use it in the future!

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