Is there a trick to CORI tests?

I went through a presentation for a Florida gas station on CORI. I had the slideshow open too as I answered each question. I went through each one again and again and I can't figure out whats wrong with my test. Not sure what I am missing.

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inkling_shopper Wrote:
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> I went through a presentation for a Florida gas
> station on CORI. I had the slideshow open too as I
> answered each question. I went through each one
> again and again and I can't figure out whats wrong
> with my test. Not sure what I am missing.

On CORI, you have to get all questions right (i.e. one wrong = fail) and they do not tell you which ones are wrong.

That's the bad news.

The good news is, you get unlimited attempts from what I can tell. If you don't get it after the first couple of tries, double check each answer with what's in the video/slideshow.
Make sure you are reading each question thoroughly. If you are not sure of one or two just used your brower's back button to change those. At the end of the day if you are certain the answers are correct, contact them.

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You MUST read each question VERY carefully......
Past scheduler even told me they are worded to try and trick you.
Good Luck
Sometimes you can search the presentation for key words. That's what I do when I'm stumped.

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Yes, there is a trick.

It is giving them the "correct" answers even if the questions are tricky or even poorly designed so that the true answer is "incorrect."

In the past, I have given a scheduler an email saying I think the answers are (1.a 2.c, 3.d, etc.) and they will let you know which one(s) you have wrong. From that point it is easy.

I also keep a copy of the test with the "correct" answers for the next time. The new tests usually change only one or two questions from the previous one, so you will have most of the "correct" answers from the previous ones.

Good luck!

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vlade5394 Wrote:
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> I also keep a copy of the test with the "correct"
> answers for the next time. The new tests usually
> change only one or two questions from the previous
> one, so you will have most of the "correct"
> answers from the previous ones.



Excellent idea!

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