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There is also a beta of the test, which is slightly more comprehensive.
The main reason firefox 3.6.x doesn't improve once HTML5 has been enabled is because of the HTML parser which originates from 2009. see this post:
Firefox 4: the HTML5 parser – inline SVG, speed and more ✩ Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog
If you use a nightly Firefox Trunk Build it will score 106 on the standard test and 171 on the beta with 6 bonus points.
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