error 404 selecting Proadvisor

I've used QB Online Accountant to do training and study for the Online Certification.  Now when I go back to take the exam I can't get in.  I sign on to QB Online then click on ProAdvisor and get the dreaded Error 404 Cannot open page.  Then the icon just spins with no end in sight.  I've researched this and taken all the advice to clear cache, to use another browser, to go incognito.  I'm using Google Chrome.  If this is any indication of the way the program works when I have clients, I better rethink whether or not I want to do this.  Please help me access Proadvisor and Training fron within QBs Online so that I may take the exam.


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Report it to your ProAdvisor telephone line. It is a known issue since the new test loaded.

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