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I passed with 80%
Could not attend at least 10 dragndrop questions

but I am
Who got the max ?
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Congrats!
Some one must have got 100%. I am waiting for one guys results! Hope he gets 100%
 
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Renat Tuishev got 94
 
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I am still confident there may be some one who got 100%
 
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The highest I've seen is 98% by Aleks V. Pascoal - an excellent score. I'll be amazed if anyone beats that, but you never know! Scoring 100% would require some luck as well as skill.
 
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-1 for me .I didnt clear the exam.
 
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