I am having trouble with Quickbooks ProAdvisor Advanced Desktop Exam, Module 7 Question 6, where to find information for 3rd party apps?

I am currently taking the Quickbooks Advanced Desktop Certification Exam, and stuck on Module 7 Question 6 about 3rd Party Apps. This question asks for you to select an app from a drop down list for the answer, and has very specific criteria such as "must be by a Gold Developer". My problem is that it says to go to the website for information about the apps, and since this exam is still based on QB 2015, the website has changed, some of the apps aren't available anymore, the prices may have changed, and I do not see Silver/Gold Level Developer designation..... has anyone found a way around this? Or Is there another way to get to the correct information?


That's always the problem when Intuit puts Marketing questions into what you would think is going to be a Functional analysis of whether or not you understand how to use the Tools properly. They released QB 2015 and then went to QB 2018 to the schools (Intuit Education Program), so I am surprised their own test hasn't been updated. And you Pay to be Pro Advisor. Have you contacted the Pro Advisor resources? You are their customer.

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