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No. of questions in MCAD

Postby UHJhdmVlbg » Fri, 25 Aug 2006 21:59:02 GMT

Hi, I am preparing for MCAD.
It will be great if anyone can answer my below questions:-
1) Approxiamte no. of questions in a MCAD exam.
2) Pass percentage for each paper.

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RE: No. of questions in MCAD

Postby QmFsdQ » Sat, 26 Aug 2006 19:33:02 GMT

To be a mcad ..u hav to take 3 exams..in which each may contain around 50 
ques..and u hav to score 70% in each..
all the best 4 ur preparationn...




Re: No. of questions in MCAD

Postby Joseph Bittman MVP MCSD » Sun, 03 Sep 2006 05:31:46 GMT

September 1, 2006

 Hey Praveen.... "officially" there are 3 different formats of each exam.... 
a short version (around probably 15 questions), a mid version (I believe 
around 35 questions), and a long version (I believe 50-70).........

 I got that information from the MCP Regional Support Center a year or so 
back.... so my memory is hazy, but basically you are given one of those 
formats randomly.

 As far as a percentage, MSFT doesn't give an official one... partly because 
questions are weighted differently, and it is more based on a points 
system.... but most people believe it is roughly 70%, which is 700 points 
out of 1000 (officially there is no "top" points number for getting 100% 
correct), but generally this is what is believed & observed.

Hope this helps!
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