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TOPIC: Structure of the exam

Structure of the exam 10 months 5 days ago #15665

  • Bennet Saumer
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Hello everyone,

I read quite a lot about the exam, however, I couldn't find a very satisfying answer to the following question:

Is there some kind of a structure (sequence) in the exam based on the knowledge areas/process groups or are the questions selected randomly and I have to identify the knowledge area and process group for each question for each question myself?

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Structure of the exam 10 months 5 days ago #15666

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Bennet, the exam questions are in a random order. You will be expected to determine which domain and process you are in for each question (if it is not explicitly stated).
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Structure of the exam 10 months 1 day ago #15689

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Also, keep in mind that there are 25 beta questions that are not counted toward your score and those questions can appear anywhere in the exam.
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