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    Default About the pass score

    According to the official web,the pass score is (500 (on a scale of 200 to 800))
    then how much percent correct answer should we make to pass?
    on my opinion,10 score/question
    200 + 10*60 = 800
    so if we have given right answer more than 30 questions,we will get 500+ score and pass the test?
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    It doesn't work that way. For most certs questions have different weights, there could be scaling going on, etc.

    See: 700 Does NOT Mean 70%!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyberguypr View Post
    It doesn't work that way. For most certs questions have different weights, there could be scaling going on, etc.
    Yup - there were quite a bit of fill-in-the-blank questions on both of my exams that likely were weighted more. You're dealing with a huge test-bank of questions from CompTIA/LPI so it really varies each and every time you take the exam.

    From LPI Exam FAQ:
    To pass an LPI exam, candidates must achieve a minimum of 500 points of the 800 available. Because our exam questions are weighted the number of correct questions needed varies.

    We are unable to provide candidates details on how many or which questions were missed on a failed exam.
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