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How to know when you are ready

 
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Here is a message from my friend, please give him your input.
Since I never took the real test, so I can not give much help on his quesiton. Thanks.
"> My objective is to pass.
>I took a few mock exams including marcus mock exams.
>My score range from 64%-80%(first time). But I found a lot of >other guys said that they got 85% -95% before taking real test.
>How much chance is there for me to pass? I usually spent 60 >mins for 60 questions.
>Do you think I need to delay the test?
>Thanks."
Howard
 
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I'm moving this to the Programmer Certification Study forum
 
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