You can’t make this up.
I just listened to someone that is a professional trainer talk about preparing people for certification exams. He said you have to be ready to give the “Microsoft” answer even if it’s counter to real world experience and what you would really do.
At what point does someone taking this exam perhaps double check their reasons for doing so?
At what point does a teacher decide that it’s immoral to prepare people for exams that don’t mirror reality? Why not be vocal about the futility of exams and offer real world training, and position yourself as one who helps people learn valuable things, not just get through a rite of passage to land a pointless job.
Would these exams even exist if instructors had greater integrity in teaching?