ITIL fOUNDATION exam number ? 101 OR 100

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Mekus_72
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Mon Feb 15, 2010 9:45 am

Team, help me out here again.
I just registered for the ITIL Foundation exam and no one in the exam center seems to know the difference between EXO 101 and EXO 100. They are both ITIL foundation exams. What is the difference and which one am I sitting for. The test receipt only says ITIL Foundation


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Mon Feb 15, 2010 9:51 am

Markus

The difference is 1


And Thanks for the post.. i had not had a good laugh this morning

I think it is funny that you registered and paid for an exam for which you have no idea what it is

You should, immediately, ask for the process to get a refund in case you are taking the wrong exam

Which course ah never mind - the exam is part of the course - so the point is moot

Which foundation (ITIL) version did you self study for ?
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Mon Feb 15, 2010 10:38 am

no one in the exam center seems to know the difference between EXO 101 and EXO 100.
Can someone get me an ambulance before I get a heart attack..
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Mon Feb 15, 2010 10:51 am

Mekus ex0-100 is the ITIL v2, Ex0-101 is the ITIL V3. Thats if you even know the difference.. Ill be suprised if you do..
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Mon Feb 15, 2010 10:54 am

Any one want to wager on whether

he P' and Q'd
or not P'd and not Q'd

P being study for v2
Q being exam for v3
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Mon Feb 15, 2010 1:03 pm

At first I thought deja vu. But no. It's just a repeat!

Presumably mekus_72 was not satisfied with the answer we offered on 20th January.
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Tue Feb 16, 2010 2:13 am

Guys, Guys, take it easy on me. I actually registered for the exam but it came as ITIL Exam and ITIL EXO101 or 100. That is why I asked that question.

Am sure of myself and will be taking the exam b4 the end of the month. I'll post my result here to prove it.

We starters need encouragement and not what you're doing at the moment,
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Tue Feb 16, 2010 6:04 am

Mekus_72 wrote:Guys, Guys, take it easy on me. I actually registered for the exam but it came as ITIL Exam and ITIL EXO101 or 100. That is why I asked that question.

Am sure of myself and will be taking the exam b4 the end of the month. I'll post my result here to prove it.

We starters need encouragement and not what you're doing at the moment,
Take both exams 101 and 100.

Will look good on your CV and your CV will pop-up whenever someone searches for ITIL Exam V2 and V3 :)

Good luck with the exam :)
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Tue Feb 16, 2010 6:33 am

you still havent answered the question. Did you study for the V2 or the V3? you know there is a difference right?
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