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  • Blog Post: Performance based testing pilot

    I know many of you have heard about our emulation technology that we're developing and rolling out with the Prometric team. We'll have a lot more information on this soon, but in short: it is a new type of performance-based testing that has you kids performing tasks in a full, virtual version of the...
  • Blog Post: Trouble in sim city

    I've heard that some of you have had problems recently when taking one of our exams with performance-based testing (simulations). I posted a response to a forum somewhere a while ago about it, but maybe others of you have had the same problem. If this is you, I'm sorry, that is so lame. Everyone (us...
  • Blog Post: Are you Active Directory-proficient? In the greater Seattle area?

    We are always working on ways to improve our exams, as you know. We are doing a pilot of a very cool new development in testing called emulations, another type of performance-based testing along with simulations (a little more about PBT here ). Instead of performing tasks in a simulated version of the...
  • Blog Post: Exam simulations: nectar of the gods

    Getting more questions on simulations as more of you are running in to them. We call simulations performance-based testing (PBT). The reason for this is that the acronym for simulations would just be S, and that is not in keeping with Microsoft's policies of over acronizing as much as possible. PBT,...
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