Another post about not being able to access the case study resources component of my in person PA exam. I’m a bit taken aback to find that this is a known and commonplace issue, and agree with other candidates who have posted that this should be made more transparent to those with upcoming exams. NCARB is essentially setting up candidates to fail by knowingly administering exams wherein 14/75 questions (almost 19% of the test!) will be either a shot in the dark or completely unanswerable. This immediately adjusts the ceiling for potentially correct answers from 100% to 81%..not a lot of room for error. Personally I don’t think this is acceptable, and it causes much undue stress in an already highly stressful situation. I truly hope that in seeing an uptick in people having this issue, NCARB will make this a priority and solve before my next scheduled exam.
NCARB - I have reached out to customer relations.
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