We purposely do not reveal the exact questions that were incorrectly answered. If we did, becoming certified would predictably become a three-step process. The first step is to take the test. The second step would be to deeply research just the questions you were told were missed. The third step would be to take the test a second time with selectively researched answers.
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Considering the questions are sometimes out of date or often so poorly worded (e.g. the one on whether vantage can be integrated with chatbots - the answer right now is no it cannot, but you have an option that is 'Yes (Vantage will support this in a future release)', which are both technically correct), not showing which ones are wrong is very unhelpful, especially with this being a required certificate.
Further, your primary objection to showing the answers is 'The second step would be to deeply research just the questions you were told were missed'. I.e., the second step would be to LEARN. Is that not the point of the certification?
Please reconsider showing which questions were wrong, rather than having us gamble on having to wait a month when there are deadlines to meet.
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