Has anyone experienced the Prometric dry erase and markers policy?\n(no pencil or paper)\n\nI was amazed to arrive for the 70-291 exam and be handed a dry erase\nboard. I found that some of the questions required some extensive\nwritten detail (it's just easier for me). When I was finished, I felt\nlike I had just taken a picture drawing class in First Grade. The\nmarker was dull and I had to write giant letters/characters. In\naddition, the dry erase board is a grid. Be careful not to\naccidentally write something on one of the grid lines. This would be\nok for graphs but not for diagrams, IP addresses, CIDR calculations\netc.\n\nI have taken many tests in the past and they provided pencil and paper\nand they audited how many sheets and accounted for them at the end of\nthe test.\n\nIs Prometric the only testing facility that has such an absurd policy?\n\nI sure would hate to take a Physics test on a dry-erase board!