Arghhh!!!!! Was done before my tests were scheduled to start!!!

Discussion in 'A+ Certification' started by Russ, Jul 14, 2003.

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    Russ Guest

    Had Core Exam scheduled for 9 and the OS scheduled for 10:30 this morn. Got
    there 45mins early and finished before 9...heh.

    One really dump head slapper mistake on Core, otherwise both scores would
    have been around the same. Still tough to ace 'em all without some kind of
    semantics error. Got 937 on Core, and 971 on OS. Thought it was pretty good,
    till I saw what the top was. I still don't understand the point of the
    adaptive. Like in a regular testing environment I would have like a 97
    percentile, but in an adaptive environment, I have, what?, a C+?

    A+ (heh)

    PS. Got the Network+ Certification All-in-One open, and hitting the ground
    Russ, Jul 14, 2003
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    RussS Guest

    Good job dood :)

    Don't worry about the top score - I know it was hit once, but when I further
    investigated the guy had 28 questions. I think the reason scores over 1100
    are rare is due to Comptias policy of slipping in questions that do not
    count towards your score.
    RussS, Jul 15, 2003
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    Russ Guest

    Thx all, for the support, and also to Mike Meyers for the great A+
    All-in-One. I'm already half done with the Net+ book, and shouldn't have too
    much trouble. Shooting for end of month. Pretty much know the practical
    knowledge, but once I start memorizing all the misused jargon, I'm sure to
    be confused.

    Russ, Jul 15, 2003
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    RussS Guest

    Hey ImhoTech - 1300 has been scored. I have seen a copy of the score report
    as the administrator where I sat my exams has it framed there. Happened
    about 2 months ago I seem to remember. The guys score for core was about
    1118 too from memory.
    RussS, Jul 16, 2003
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