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Tuesday, December 21, 2004

An online test and page cannot be displayed error

Category: Personal

I took an online technical writing test for two hours from 04:40 to 06:40 p.m. and on submitting the form I got a 'The page cannot be displayed' error (the web site wasn't compatible with Firefox, hence I had to use IE). Now is my test submitted or not? I tried submitting the form four times and each time I got a 'The page cannot be displayed error'. So what do I make of it? Is my test submitted or will I have to take it again? And they have a one time log in policy.

Why do they keep these kind of online tests where the web page isn't accessible or even if it does open, after taking the test, one gets an error?

Please check and let me know if the abovementioned link is accessible.