Originally posted by Kathy Sierra:
And remember, a beta test is FREE, grueling (instead of 70 questions you might have 180, but with more time), and gives you a full/real certification. If you pass a beta, you are certified exactly as if you had taken the real exam. It IS a real exam. Just more of it. The purpose of the beta is to attach a difficulty weight to each question, and to decide if any questions are simply way too easy or way too difficult to keep. No new questions can be added after a beta, and in fact only minor typos can be fixed. If a question is not clear and needs to be rewritten, we must throw it out completely. Otherwise, the beta would not be a true validation for the final release of the exam. The reason for the difficulty weighting is to ensure that each candidate taking a real exam gets an equally-difficult exam, even if they have different questions from the other people taking the exam.
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