During our routine analysis, we noted unusual exam results related to the exam you took on September 10, 2014. Our records indicate you took the 1Y0-A19 Citrix XenDesktop 5 Administration exam and received a score of 96% while spending about 6 seconds per item (not including the NDA and pre and post-exam surveys). Statistically, the odds of a candidate answering the questions in this amount of time, on average, without pre-exposure to the content are approximately 1 in 1018, or 1 in 1,000,000,000,000,000,000. More specifically, these results usually indicate that a candidate is able to select the appropriate result without needing to read the entire question or without reading the question at all. Due to the uncertainty that pre-exposure to item content introduces, extreme test results are a concern for us because it is our responsibility to ensure unqualified candidates aren’t attaining certifications through illegitimate paths.
While your exam results were unusual, we do not believe you violated our code of conduct policy. As a result, no action is being taken against you at this time. This is a courtesy email to notify you of ongoing efforts to maintain the integrity of the certification you hold and remind you to continue to abide by the candidate code of conduct. We would also like to urge you to use appropriate study materials only.
Получил пару подобных писем недавно. Грубо говоря — не хуй делать рекорды по скорости, надо тратить 30 секунд на вопрос — читать его и все такое. Даже если вы читаете быстро — делайте вид, что вы читаете медленно, а то могут и запинать. На самом деле сделать они ничего не могут конечно, но ворчат. Буду тормозить в этот раз — 30 секунд минимум! Рисовать придется чертиков каких-то.