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Gonna take the NCAA exam for the first time ever, and I'm wondering how it works exactly... is it timed, if so, how long? Can I exit and come back later, or do I need to set a certain amount of time apart to complete it all at once... how many questions, etc...? Grateful as usual. 

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Assumng it's the same as in previous years -- you'll have about two weeks, and can leave / resume as often as you want.

 

Some years it's about 50 questions out of a pool of 100 or so.  Some years, everyone gets the same questions -- sometimes it's in a different order and most of the time the answers are in a different order.

 

My advice -- cut and paste the questions into a word document (or similar).  This is a PITA, but worth it.  Print it out and go through the book to answer.  go back to the site and transcribe the answers into the e-test.

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One thing I've done in the past is since the test is not timed and open book get a few guys and take the test together and we debate some of the questions together. It makes it more fun and even more educational for each of us. 

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3 minutes ago, Forest Ump said:

have two opportunities to take it.

??? You mean you can fail and still take it again?!!!

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6 hours ago, Haid D' Salaami said:

there will be 10 video questions, just like the last 3 yrs..50 written questions... to pass you need a 85%

I did say "or so."

I actually forgot how many videos there were. So I went with a nice round number of 5.

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