I've tried 6 times Exam for QBO Advance Certification (End of Period Activities).Passed 9 other modules already .Any one has similar issue?Hard to believe I can't pass.

I've been trying to obtain my QBO Advance Certification. Only module I have not passed is End of Year Activities. I have submitted this module 6 times now and still don't pass. I really find hard to believe that my knowledge of this module is so deficient. I've reviewed the module and quizzes several times and feel to be knowledgeable on this matter and that I have answered correct 80% of the questions at least one out of the 6 times that I've taken..

Is there any way you can check manually my answers or return them to me? Now my exam is locked for 60 days and can not move forward.

Please get back to me.

 

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