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    Default VCP5.5 Pass!

    Well pass with a 398, not ideal but I pass. Been rescheduling this test for the longest and finally gave it a blind shot. I really thought the test was kind of weak and is on the same level of the Net+. Its just a bunch of senerio or best practice questions. If you are familiar with the technology half the questions can be weave out. Now I have been studying for this test on/off for a while, finish the required training at Stanley College and have a full blown virtualization lab at home. Also I have hands on experience with VMware in enterprise environments. My next goal is the MCSA as my experience with Windows server is also increasing. But what do you guys think about the quality of exam? Any experience?
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    Congratulations on the pass!!

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    Well pass with a 398, not ideal but I pass. Been rescheduling this test for the longest and finally gave it a blind shot. I really thought the test was kind of weak and is on the same level of the Net+. Its just a bunch of senerio or best practice questions. If you are familiar with the technology half the questions can be weave out. Now I have been studying for this test on/off for a while, finish the required training at Stanley College and have a full blown virtualization lab at home. Also I have hands on experience with VMware in enterprise environments. My next goal is the MCSA as my experience with Windows server is also increasing. But what do you guys think about the quality of exam? Any experience?
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    Congrats, and a very comfortable pass with 398
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    80% is 80% congratulations.
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    80% is 80% congratulations.
    398 isn't 80%

    The passing score is 300, the scale is 100-500 - but that doesn't meant 300 is 50%
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    So if you get them all wrong you would still get 100 ?
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    So if you get them all wrong you would still get 100 ?
    Yep - a lowly, miserable, 100.
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