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September 1, 2015
Robert from Yorktown, VA United States
I just completed taking the CASP-002 EXAM and found that the curriculum recommended by CompTIA for was not reflected in the Exam format. CompTIA forgets when writing an EXAM that it must reflect the curriculum. If you indorse a course then the EXAM SHOULD HAVE THE SAME LEARNING OBJECTS. The interface for the PEARSON-VUE terminal wast impossible to see the simulated diagrams under the text . The time the interface took to advance between questions eat-up half of my allotted time. If the courses asks direct sentence long questions but the Exam asked paragraph long questions with distractors. If you want distractors on the test then the courses should reflect the same demand to prepare the student. The objective for curriculum is to teach what is expected on the Exam, not for CompTIA to charge $400 for the student to have the opportunity to solve the problem of what to expect to see on the Exam next time and another $400.
Hello Robert – All of the products available for sale on our online store have been given the CompTIA Authorized Quality Content (CAQC) seal by ProCert Labs. All products with the CAQC approval have undergone a rigorous review to ensure that the content covers all of the published exam objectives. If you believe that there were specific CASP exam objectives not covered in the course curriculum, please submit an online request (https://s5.parature.com/ics/support/default.asp?deptID=15074) with the ticket type Training/Testing and we’ll be glad to follow-up with you.