Passed the AZ-900 exam today. it was pretty straight ahead. I listed 41 questions, but there was more like 75 today. a lot of questions, had 3 yes/no questions, and they give you credit for each one.
Well done! Welcome to Azure fluffiness. 😊
Are you saying there were 75 questions on the exam?
Lars is a cool instructor
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the exam showed 41 questions. you have 60 minutes to complete 41 questions.
Hit return, trying to do carriage return… The exam shows 41 question, and you have 60 minutes to complete them. I’m taken a lot of MSFT courses in the past, and I have a habit of doing a tik list for Yes, Maybe, and No questions on the whiteboard, so I know how close to passing I am on the last question. I’m saying there are really about 75 questions in total. Example, question 10 might be, answer yes / no for these 3 statements Microsoft is a software company Yes | No Azure is a private cloud Yes | No Lars is a cool instructor Yes | No That one question is really 3 questions. The test even says they grade each piece independently. So, you can get 1 to 3 correct. No information on the weighting. There are more questions like this that clearly have multiple pieces.
clearly i can’t paste in formatted text…
Microsoft is a software company Yes | No
Azure is a private cloud Yes | No
Lars is a cool instructor Yes | No
the 3 question would be stacked like the 3 previous posts.
Ah, that make sense Paul. And yes, the "reply" function in the forum just hates any kind of carriage return….