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Discussion in 'A+' started by greenbrucelee, Apr 1, 2008.

  1. greenbrucelee
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    When you get the sheet at the end of exam saying you have passed it tells you which domains you answered incorrectly on (actually it says missed). Is there a way to find out what the question was that you got wrong?
     
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  2. UCHEEKYMONKEY
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    No! ..well I guess you could contact Comptia and ask them??8)
     
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  3. greenbrucelee
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    I'd like to know as 4 of the questions on the essentials exam were pure guesses, I never expected questions on firewall ports.
     
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  4. UCHEEKYMONKEY
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    Does it really matter? It could of been the wording of the question that was wrong and not your answer!:blink8) The main is you passed the next bit is a problem, checking vue or thomson have recieved your results and and that the cert is in the post!
     
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  5. greenbrucelee
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    Yeah its shows on the pearson vue site I passed, so I guess its coming.
     
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    As I recall, the printout tells you which areas you got questions wrong in but other than that, there is no way to find out which actual questions you got right or wrong.

    At least, that's my understanding. If there is a way to get a breakdown I'd be interested as well as would love to see which ones I got right and wrong on the exams I've taken so far :)
     
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    I emailed my contact at compTIA to see what she says.
     
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    There is no way to find out, the whole NDA thing you know.
     
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    I thought as much
     
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    I was thinking the same thing. There's no way they'll e-mail you anything, so maybe (doubt it) a verbal description of the question, without getting into details.
     
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    There is a way, but it would be illegal. Your best option is to reread the book on those subjects where you are weak.
     
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  12. BosonMichael
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    No, there's not. They won't give that info out. If they did... it'd make it even MORE easy to braindump the exam. That's about the last thing we need to protect the integrity and value of certifications, ya know?
     
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