If you’re using a CBAC application template to create a CBAT application, you’ll want to know how to dump it to a USB thumb drive.
If you haven’t already, head over to the CBAP website and download the CBAC Application Template.
The template contains all the necessary files and information to generate a CBAN application template, and it also includes a set of test scores for each test.
After you dump your application template onto a USB stick, open it up in the application template editor.
Open the Test Score Viewer window and you’ll see your scores for all the tests in your application, along with a quick preview of your scores.
You can now copy and paste those scores into your application to get a better feel for the score you want to get.
Next, open the Application Template Editor window, and copy the test scores into the Test Scores section.
The Test Scores field on the right side of the window will show you the score for each of the tests you’ve submitted.
Next up, click “Copy” and you’re all set to go!
To see your application score on the CBAN website, open up the Application Score Viewers window and click on the Test score for your application in the bottom right corner.
The test scores will be displayed in a green and yellow bar at the bottom of the screen.
The green bar will indicate that your application has scored a 100, while the yellow bar indicates that your test score has scored an average of 9.1.
Now, if you’ve done everything right, you should see a green bar on the test score that says your application scored an excellent 100, and a yellow bar on your test result that says the test has scored 8.5.
If all goes well, the green bar should be in the upper right-hand corner of the page and the yellow line should be centered on the green bars.
Now all you need to do is click on “Save” to save your score on your USB thumbdrive.
The process for dumping CBAP scores to a flash drive can be a bit complicated, so you may need to consult with a licensed professional if you need help.
However, we hope this guide has provided you with a great first step in creating a CBAA application template.