I'll have to 2nd and 3rd the posts by BillV and Dengar13... After all, when I self-study for certifications, whether or not there's been a bootcamp in the past that I've been to, the study and responsibility are my own. Yes, help is always welcome, however, for you to start pushing blame at the folks on this board, when you still need to READ the replies AND verify them, (whether in your test labs or study materials,) leaves you looking quite the sore loser. Never, EVER just take someone's word as a final answer, especially when you're supposed to be 'learning.' Take the time to validate their points, and test them, studying results, and paying close attention to things you might miss, by simply taking someone's word for it, and not actually SEEING it in action.
I'd suggest thinking things through, studying a bit more this next time, as well as paying closer attention to your threads, and maybe your chances will improve. This is one other reason I dislike certification bootcamps. (Don't get me wrong... there ARE good ones, but you really need to pick and choose them wisely, to find the ones of real value.) First, they teach you what's needed to 'get past an exam.' Second, the lessons you learn are based on the instructors' knowledge, or books, with specific points to discuss, and not always 'experimental learning opportunity.' Third, many people fail to realize that, to truly be good at something, doesn't just mean to take a bootcamp and pass a test. There's a lot more knowledge out there to gain, through 'professional networking' and job experience, than any course will teach you, in and of itself.
I'd be careful in how you proceed, from here, if you're going to ask further questions and help from the board members. Alienating folks who are honestly trying and willing to help you succeed, by pointing fingers, is not a good way to develop one's social or professional network, and you might just lose some good lifelines in the process.
Better luck next time, though, and study hard.