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27-05-2005, 03:26:34
Ok maybe it should be in technoglow maybe it shouldn't i'll try and explain why.

I have seen adverts for a company offering training cerco they are called and there was mention of an online test for suitability. I've just done the test twice using different details and entirely different answers, there is a bank of questions but it's not vast.

I was hoping some of you lot could try it out and see if you can come away with above 87% because that no matter what i do is the mark i seem to get, i can intentionally answer all the questions wrong and i still get 87%.

Not sure if they are allowed to do this or not, it's pretty clever in that you always get 87% so are always suitable for training and hence lining their pockets, but then you could be a proffessor at MIT and be in severe need of some training from cerco "i think not"

give it a go please, you have 15 minutes will probably take you lot about 2.



p.s. I'm doing my CCNA by paper, does anyone know of any tools that might be useful to me, a network emulator would be an absolute godsend at the moment.

Qaj the Fuzzy Love Worm
27-05-2005, 03:52:40
I got 87%!! Woo hoo!

It's funny, though. I did a 30 question test, but got 58 questions right out of 67. ???

I think it's rigged. And I don't understand why the multimeter question is in there - I thought it was a computing knowledge test?

27-05-2005, 03:56:41
Im glad someone else tried it, i thought i was stupid cos i'm sure i got 100% or 96.7 at the least, i didn't get the multimeter question though.

27-05-2005, 04:05:48
this is fucking scientology

Immortal Wombat
27-05-2005, 04:58:03
I got 15%. :(

Reboot the system again, it is always happening!:lol:

Sir Penguin
27-05-2005, 05:18:03
Total score: 60 out of 67, 90%
It might just be a poorly written program. It told me that I hadn't answered all the questions.


27-05-2005, 09:30:51
It told me I hadn't answered all the questions too but I had.

Total score: 52 out of 67, 78%

Some of the questions were really badly written.