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Bad Experience with OCA 7 exams

 
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Guillermo Ishi wrote:

Roel De Nijs wrote:

Guillermo Ishi wrote:But really, to guarantee some conclusion you obviously have to guarantee your data.


Luckily we don't draw any conclusions from this data


Since when?


Since forever! My "80% rule" is only based on ranchers sharing their experience about the certification exam (and including both Enthuware mock exam scores and their actual exam score), not on the average scores listed on the Enthuware's website.
 
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Good. I was afraid it was based on the thoroughly explained Wall of Fame Fallacy
 
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