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i dont know how whizlab says 99.7%

 
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I have failed 2 exams already from whizlab.
I dont know how they can say 99.7% pass rate.
Its just not possible.
Im not a dummy either,
cause I had 19 certs last year,
and 13 the year before.
 
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Hi Roger,
I think what Whizlabs means is:
By using their products, if you can pass or get good results from the tests, there is 99.7% probability that you can get a pass in the real exams.
In other words, Whizlabs means that, for 1000 customers, there are 997 customers who can pass the real exam.
Nick
 
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did you protest at them and try to get refunds ?
 
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