what happend to the desktop recertifications?

i have been able to take the desktop recertification exams in the past which are shorter in length.

I only see the regular certification exam with 120 questions?

Whats up?


Hi there, CPrater,

Allow me to share some information about the QuickBooks Desktop 2018 Certification Exam.

The exam is composed of 120 questions, which you can complete within 3-4 hours. The following are the additional contents about it:

  • It is broken into three sections of 35 questions each, and a fourth section with 15 questions.
  • You can complete the sections in any order you like.
  • You must complete each section with a minimum passing score of 80%.
  • You have four (4) attempts to pass each section.
  • After your first attempt, subsequent attempts to pass any section of this exam will include only the test items that were answered incorrectly in the previous attempt.
  • Each question is saved as you progress to the next question.

You can check out this article for your quick reference through this link: QuickBooks Desktop 2018 Certification.

If you have further inquiries about the QuickBooks Certification program, I’d suggest reaching out to a Training Advisor. You can get their most up-to-date contact information via this link: https://quickbookstraining.com/supportcertificationpractice-test/.

If you need anything else about QuickBooks, feel free to leave a comment below. I’m always here to help. Wishing you continued success in leveling up your ProAdvisor membership, CPrater!

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