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Passed the last of 3 exams today.
Tom-65170 - 02/12/2020, 3:11 pm
IND BUS RPP

Big thanks to EnrolledAgentExam.com! At minimal cost compared to other study courses, I passed all three exams within less than 2 months and got high scores.

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Luiri-17440 - 02/23/2020, 9:19 pm
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BS!!! Scores are not disclosed if you pass, therefore you cannot say you passed with high scores. Unless you are lying…

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Tom-65170 - 02/29/2020, 1:28 pm
IND BUS RPP

Having taken and passed all 3 exams, I can tell you with certainty that immediately after completing the exam, you will be given a printed record of your test results which not only informs you of whether you passed or failed, but also gives your “Level of Proficiency Ratings” for the main topic areas of the test. The ratings range from 3 (Strong) to 2 (Acceptable) to 1 (Weak). Exam Part 1 - Individuals, has 5 topic areas, Part 2 - Businesses, has 3 topic areas, and Part 3, RPP has 4 topic areas. If you get a score of 1 on any section, it is considered “weak” and it is recommended you take a refresher course. When you go looking for a job, your potential employers will likely ask for these test results, which will likely factor into the decision to hire you or not, so you should arrange your study so that you score high, not just pass. Part 3 is the easiest, so you might try that one first in order to give yourself a confidence boost before taking on the other two.

I can sense you feel a lot of frustration because you have found studying for these exams to be difficult, or beyond your capabilities, but you need to keep studying daily, and take a practice test about once a week. Once you score in the 80s on two practice tests in a row, you are ready to take the exam and score high. Having said that, if you are not good with numbers or problem-solving, you have an impatient temperment, or tend to draw conclusions without researching the facts (clearly this is the case with you), or you simply are not enjoying studying for these exams, then you probably won’t enjoy, or are incapable of doing this kind of work day in and day out, even if you do pass, so you might want to re-assess your career objectives.

Finally, Luigi, note that of the purpose of this forum is to get help and to help others, not to flame others for stating a fact which you incorrectly thought to be “BS”, the truth of which you could have easily ascertained had you bothered to do your own research or post a question to me. This is a violation of #1 and #5 of the Community Guidelines, which no doubt, you have not read.

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