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Can I continue taking the remote exam even "A 720Kbps download connection to the remote system is required" failed?
I'm asking bc it works well yesterday, but it doesn't work now, I scheduled my exam tomorrow and I'm not sure whether it still works tomorrow?
If I cannot take the exam, how can I reschedule the exam?
even though u achieve the minimum requirements you will not able to do the exam.Probably get a network error when you start the exam.If you not have good internet connection it will probably be very hard to do the exam.So many lags and network break downs.It better to reschedule the exam do it in a exam center.I have experience all those unlucky moments above.For reschedule the exam go to the exam scheduler and cancel it.But u have to done it before 24hours before exam.if it is already late go to below link and contact redhat support and explain your situation.They will help u to reschedule it.
Hi @YiZhang ,
The home networks can vary widely in their available bandwidth depending on the time of day, so please make sure to run the compatibility test at the time of day your exam is scheduled to get the most accurate evaluation possible.
As your exam is tomorrow (and has most probably crossed the 24-hour mark for reschedules), please try running the tests multiple times, and if they still fail, it would be best to inform the support team and request a reschedule here - https://rhtapps.redhat.com/comments
Hi @claudiodark ,
I just checked internally and the RHCSA exam is available in Spanish.
Once you access the exam, there is an option to change the exam tasks from the default English language to the available translations.