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Nope, happened to my other certificate though... Did 70-532 in April 2018, which became obsolete starting this year...
Already have the new AZ-203, which is the replacement.
I'm just glad I didn't do 70-533 (the "old" AZ-103) or AZ-100 and AZ-101...
It's unknown whether those fourteen questions were or weren't included in the final score
They must've been. You'd never pass any Microsoft Exam with 14 unanswered questions...
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Well, 14 questions out of 64 is about 22%, which would mean I could still get 780/1000 points if I did everything else right.
The score probably doesn't work like that and it's most likely that those 14 questions are indeed included, but theoretically...
I don't think it won't.
I actually reviewed the AZ-103 exam guide book, so I'm certainly not going to write that
I've been planning on writing some new articles, but you know... I don't really seem to get around to it
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