DeskAdvCert-choices in Mod. 1 were confusing? I'd like to talk to someone about answers I got wrong. Went thru my notes could not find anything to prove me wrong

I was able to pass the QB Desktop, QBO and Enterprise certifications with ease, and when I went to take the Desktop Advance Cert. I found the multiple choice answers to be misleading and confusing. I went back to my original notes and materials and I can not figure out where I went wrong! I failed Mod. 1 and am now EXTREMELY frustrated that I have to wait a year when I have no idea why my answers were wrong.

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@kjacks27 - Just FYI, this is a peer-to-peer user forum.  If you want a response from Intuit, you'll need to contact Intuit support directly.

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