Microsoft Certification FAQ’s

Q. At what price you are offering Microsoft certification?
A- Actual price Microsoft certification is $ 165/- and Sure Success offering you discount on this. For more details please refer Microsoft voucher page.
Q. What extra services are you giving?
A- As we are known by our services, you will be having sample paper that might help you and that is completely free of cost, other than that you will be having complete solution from our side right from your exam booking till your exam completion.
Q. How many questions will there be in the exam?
A.The number of questions in an exam is subject to change as we update the certification exam over time to keep current with the technology. Most Microsoft Certification exams contain 40-60 questions; however, the number can vary.
Q. Which testing formats and question types will be used in the exam I’m taking?
A-Because Microsoft continually introduces innovative testing technologies and question types, we do not provide this level of information for each exam. To get a feel for what you might see on an exam, we encourage you to review some possible exam formats and question types.
Q. How do I register for a Microsoft Certification exam?
Q. Am I required to take an exam in English?
A – Microsoft Certification exams are available in a variety of languages. However, candidates who must take the exam in English rather than in their native language can request an accommodation for additional time. Approval for extra time is provided on a case-by-case basis.
Q. What score do I need to pass an exam?
A –Microsoft Azure, MBS/Dynamics, MCSA, MCSE, and MCSD exams: All MBS/Dynamics, MCSA, MCSE, and MSCD exams are scaled such that the passing score is 700. Any score of 700 or greater is a “pass”. Any score below 700 is a “fail”. The actual number of items you need to answer correctly in order to pass is determined by a group of subject matter experts in conjunction with the Microsoft psychometrician. The passing score is based on the knowledge and skills needed to demonstrate competence in the skill domain, and the difficulty of the questions that are delivered to a candidate.
Microsoft Office exams: All Microsoft Office exam scores are reported on a scale of 1 to 1,000. The passing score varies from exam to exam and is provided in the score report. The actual cut score percentage is determined by a group of subject matter experts using a process similar to that used to set the cut score for the MCSA, MCSE, and MCSD exams.
Q. Why does Microsoft report scaled scores?
Microsoft reports scaled scores so that candidates who have to retake a certification exam can determine if their performance is improving. The actual cut score (the number of items you need to answer correctly) is based on input from a group of subject-matter experts who review the difficulty of the questions in relation to the expected skills of the target audience. As a result, the number of items that you have to answer correctly varies depending on the difficulty of the questions delivered when you take the exam; this ensures that regardless of which combination of items you see, the evaluation of skills is fair – if you see a more difficult set of questions, the number of correct answers needed to pass is less than if you see an easier set of questions. As a result, providing a simple per cent correct wouldn’t provide useful information to someone who had to take the exam multiple times and saw different combinations of questions with different levels of difficulty.
Because the number of correct answers needed to pass varies based on the difficulty of the questions delivered, if you see a difficult combination of questions, your performance may actually be higher in relation to the passing standard even though you answered fewer questions (in other words, a lower percentage) correctly than if you saw an easier set of questions. Scaled scores simplify your ability to evaluate improvements in your performance over time. This is a standard practice across the certification and licensure industry.
Q. I passed my first Microsoft Certification exam. Now what do I do?
A – Congratulations! To explore next steps and available benefits, see your benefits and exams dashboard. Sign in using the same Microsoft account you used to register for your exam OR CONTACT US.
Q. If I do not pass, what can I do?
A – Prioritise the skills that you should practise by focusing on the content areas where your exam performance was the weakest, and the content areas that have the highest percentage of questions.
When you are ready to retake the exam, schedule an appointment as you would normally. Note that you must pay for each exam you retake and follow Microsoft’s retake policy.
Q. How can I challenge an exam question?
A – If you believe a question on a Microsoft Certification exam is inaccurate, you can request an evaluation of that question using the Item Challenge form. You must submit your request within three calendar days of taking the exam. The evaluation process helps us identify and correct problematic questions and update exams accordingly.
Q. If I do not pass an exam, can I have a refund?
A – No. Microsoft does not offer refunds for exams you do not pass or exam appointments you miss.

Q. Should I use dumps to prepare for certifications?
Q. How often will I need to recertify?
A – MCSD candidates will be required to recertify every two years, and MCSE candidates will be required to recertify every three years.

Q. Does my academic verification expire?
A – Yes. Your academic verification is only valid for 12 months. After 12 months, you need to repeat the verification process.