AUD structure for January 2010

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    Anonymous
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    So, I was looking over the 2011 exam structure that Jeff posted on the home page, and it has me a little confused.

    I JUST registered for AUD yesterday and will be sitting on 1/11/2010. Prometric scheduled me for a 5 hour block.

    So, does this mean that I’ll be under the “Current Structure” or the “CBT-e Structure”?

    Current Structure

    ? 3 Multiple-Choice Question (MCQ) testlets containing a total of 90 questions

    ? 2 Simulations in current (long) format

    ? 2 Written Communication tasks

    ? Current Testing Time: 4.5 hours

    ? Multiple Choice Questions Weight: 70%

    ? Simulations Weight: 20%

    ? Written Communications Weight: 10%

    CBT-e Structure

    ? 3 Multiple-Choice Question (MCQ) testlets containing a total of 90 questions

    ? 1 Testlet containing 7 short Task-Based Simulations (TBS)

    ? CBT-e Testing Time: 4 hours

    ? Multiple Choice Questions Weight: 60%

    ? Simulations Weight: 40%

    ? Written Communications Weight: N/A

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    annnd, nevermind. As soon as I posted it, I found the answer – 2010 will be the same as 2009. 2011 will have the changes.

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