A total of 63 students have completed Test #2. The average score (mean) is 89, and the median score is 85.3 (i.e. half the students scored higher than 85.3). This is pretty good for Test #2, so I'd say this class scored a tiny bit better than is usually the case for this particular test.
Test #3 begins on November 14, which is 3 weeks from today. It covers only Part 5 of the course. But most students consider Part 5 to be the most challenging portion of the course. That's why I've paced the schedule in Part 5 so that more time is allowed for each assignment. So in Part 5 you'll run into disaster if you wait until the last day to start homework assignments. Get an early start, and allow yourself some time to digest what you're learning.