ThSchmidt1988
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Questions about the structure of the exam

Hi,

I learn for my VCAP exam with the Pearson IT Practice Scenarios. These are structured as follows:

Scenario:

A text which describes the situation

Requirements:

A text which explains the tasks.

My question now is: Is the exam built in the same way or is missing the part with the requirements in the exam?

thanks, regards

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Questions can be:

Scenario-including-direction-statement

Scenario

Bullet list

Scenario

Requirements

Bullet list

I think at list one has an extra section (this item might be on the VCIX-NV instead of one of the VCAP-xxA)

Scenario

Requirements

Environment info

Bullets

Sometimes the bullet list is one sentence with no bullet (actually we use numerics) in front of it.

The Requirements section is to list environment information and things to keep in mind from the scenario or new pieces of information not in the scenario.

Sometimes the same info can show up in the scenario, requirements and the bullets

Each question is structured to clearly give you all the information you will need for that item.