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Certification Results and score

 
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Hello everyone,

I have recently passed and faild the OCA certification with a score of 64% ! Being 1% off of the passing score 65% motivated my questionning and positng of this topic.
Does anybody know how the score is actually calculated ?  i would have easily understood if it was 65% of 100 question you would have to answer 65 question but what is it for 70 questions  ? are there questions that are worth more than others?
Thank you.
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Welcome ot the Ranch and thank you for having the courage to tell us you didn't do well. Sorry about that. There are researchers who search for people who didn't pass to find out about their experiences.
 
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