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All ITIL Intermediate exams have been updated with new quality criteria.  This equates to two scenarios.
  1. The same question which has been updated to make it more comprehensible.
  2. In some cases new questions have been written from scratch.
So what does this mean?  Over the coming weeks, new sample papers will be issued to the Accredited Training Organisations (ATOs) and new 'Live' exam papers will be implemented.
 
Now that the new papers have been released, there will need to be some work undertaken to translate these into various languages.  It is envisaged that this will take months, but there will be a couple of exams available within a few weeks in non English languages.
 
There are ITIL v3 Foundation exams now available in over 15 languages.
 
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