Why is QuickBooks Pro exam messing up? I have done the exam 3 x for 2019 recert. I have taken all the information in and failed my 3rd attempt.

I have hand written all the notes. Screen shot. I failed the exam on the third attempt today. I cannot understand why. Is there an issue with quickbooks registering answers? 

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Short answer is that not all questions are covered in the material Intuit posts for certification/re-certification.

In any case, this is not the right forum for QB/QBO discussions. You may like to visit this Community instead: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/learn-support/quickbooks-q-a/misc/03/quickbooks-questions-us?label=QuickBooks%20Online

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