Online certification 2018? See what answers are incorrect

I am currently certified in online and 10,12,14,17 Desktop. I jumped on to take the "quick" online certification, However, in the past, it would tell me what questions I got wrong and I could then review the testing modules again.  Then it would only ask THOSE questions. This time it did not tell me which ones I answered incorrect and I had to answer all questions again not knowing which ones I got right/wrong the first time?  How can I know WHAT answers I got incorrect so I can look at those training modules to learn? If I don't take this, will it affect my proadvisor status?  How many times must you take the exams?  I think I read every 3 versions?? The last two I took were online and 2017.

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