So I took the NS0-155 exam a couple of times at Insight and didn't quite pass (my scores were in the 70-75% range). There were some problems with the exam and when I asked I was told that they'd be rescoring them.
So yesterday I went to look at my score sheets to see if rescoring had allowed me to pass (unlikely) and more importantly what areas I needed to concentrate on in order to pass if I retake the exam. To my surprise, I discovered that my scores were now at 40% and 25%. While I may not have passed, I know I did better than that.
2) If this is for NS0-156 (and the subject of this thread is incorrect), can we get a status on this re-scoring? I took a look at CertMetrics last night (12/6) and it now shows a "Fail" status for the NS0-156 exam that I passed previously with a 83% passing grade. Based on your previous post, it looks like the CertMetrics update should already have been done and I'm not sure how I go from a passing 83% to a "Fail" status.
All of this talk of rescoring makes me wonder what the current requirements are to pass? I've seen it said that passing is either 75% or 80%, and I've seen it said that the test is 60 questions and 75.
It's been tough to find anything in relation to NS0-155. I took the Accelerated NDSA class last week. I have followed that up with the online classes including the one for VST and the 8.1.1 updates.
The NS0-154 practice exam threw me off a bit at first, but after some time I feel stronger about it. My biggest fear is that there will be a ton of command line related questions, as it is so easy to be off just a bit on one of the answers. I would rather just be given a Netapp and asked to configure it a certain way in x amount of time. For that case I wouldn't mind doing it both in command line and System Manager.
It's simply a lot of content to try and remember. I'm taking it tomorrow around 11, so we will see how it goes.
I found the link for the NS0-155 Practice Exam buried elsewhere, but it is not active.