How many questions are there in the Jira Admin Certification Exam (ACP-100) ?

Hi All,

I know the exam is 2 hours but not sure how many questions we are getting. Any idea ?


Thanks in Advance.


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Hi Andrian

  • Exam Time: 120 minutes
  • Passing Score: 65%
  • Number of Questions: ~80 to 85

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Thank You Very much Bhushan

Gonchik Tsymzhitov Community Champion Jul 20, 2017

For me it was 74.

Looks like random question set for exam;)

It is, there's several hundred questions organised in groups.  Candidates are asked to answer a certain number from each group, and the questions are drawn randomly within groups. 

It's not completely random - some questions are friends and enemies.  An enemy question gives away the answer to another question.  A friend is a question that is testing the same thing as another similar question.  The software avoids putting friends and enemies in the same exam for a candidate.

The size of the exam is different now...

Exam Time: 180 minutes

Passing Score: 65%

Number of Questions: 70 to 80

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