I have completed twice the Level 2 Sprint 1 Exam with 7 of 10 in both. I have failed the same 3 questions and still after reviewing the lessons I failed, I am not sure of responding correctly to the questions (same 3 ones) These questions are 1, 2 and 8. It is my last attemp I need to pass to the Sprint 2
Great to hear that you are eager to achieve your level 2 certification. As you can imagine we cannot share any answers to any of the questions of the exams. Even if I wanted I do not have seen them as the Level 2 training has been updated.
As a first approach let's see what kind of options there are.
Are these three questions related to the same topic? If yes, it might be worth going back to review the corresponding micro lessons.
Are these questions related to check the build (i.e. asking for a specific value)? Sometimes you are asked to import a new data set right before the exam. Even if it may seem to look similar there could be minor changes that can cause a different result.
In this training you are not only learning how to model but also to respect best practise when building a model. When the question relate to a formula, sometimes you have to identify the best fit out of the four options. Even though the formula is working in you model does not mean it is in accordance with best practise. As an example you want to make sure that you put the most common case of an IF-THEN statement first.
I managed to pass it (9 of 10), I was worried beacuase I though it was my last chance to pass the exam (only 2 chances) but then I realised that are two chances to answer the questions....but no limit to do the exams
Congratulations on passing the sprint and good luck with the rest of the training. Without mentioning the content of the questions with which you had difficulties, could you please tell me if these questions were related to copying/pasting the formula you used in the model?
I had a similar issue when taking a test and it turned out to be a technical glitch.
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