Adobe Certified Professional program does not attach a product version number to the certification. Once you get certified in Adobe Captivate, your certification is valid for 2 years. After 2 years, you are required to re-take the exam to keep your certified status active. This system ensures that you remain certified on the latest version of the product. It costs US $99 to retake the exam. You can register here for a retake.
In a few months, there will be an upcoming version of Adobe Captivate. We are currently upgrading the curriculum and exam, and therefore, have paused the Adobe Certified Professional program temporarily. Currently, you have the following options regarding your registration:
Q: What is virtual instructor-led training How is it different from live workshops in different cities We have now introduced a new training format in the Adobe Certified Professional : Adobe Captivate certification program, in addition to the face-to-face training workshops in different cities. The face-to-face workshops are 1-day instructor-led sessions followed by the assessment exam on the same day. The virtual instructor-led training sessions are for 2 days, which enable you to:a. Enjoy the convenience of remote access to live training. Just like in face-to-face classroom trainings, an instructor will provide a complete review of the online curriculum, giving you hands-on experience of Adobe Captivate. This helps you prepare better for the assessment.b. Have the flexibility to schedule the assessment exam online, on a date of your convenience.*Please note that our website currently does not mention the classroom face-to-face training offering since we had temporarily paused it owing to the pandemic. We will inform once the face-to-face classes are resumed.
Q: Can we get access only to the online curriculum without certification exam or the 2-day virtual trainingYes. The standard price for online curriculum is $199. However, since the program is currently paused, you can access the online curriculum for free. Please write to ACP@Carahsoft.com to get access.
Q: Am I certified in the 2019 release of Adobe Captivate and do I have to get recertified in 2023 once the new Adobe Captivate is releasedAdobe Certified Professional program does not attach a product version number to the certification. Once you get certified in Adobe Captivate, your certification is valid for 2 years. After 2 years, you are required to take the exam once again to keep your certified status active. This system ensures that you remain certified on the latest version of the product.
Q: I recently got certified (in the year 2021). Can I get free or discounted access to the new version curriculum and examIf you registered for the Adobe Certified Professional - Adobe Captivate program on or after April 1, 2021, you will get:
Q: I failed the Adobe Captivate Certification exam and I want to retake it. Shall I wait for the new curriculum and exam or retake it right now What is the price for retaking the exam for the new version (Project Charm) You have two choices:
Q: My certification status is invalid (2 years are over). I want to get recertified on Adobe Captivate. What should I do What is the price of recertificationYou are required to re-take the exam to keep your certified status active. It costs US $99 to retake the exam. You can register here for a retake.
Q: What is the exam duration Is there any sample assessment test that I can use to practice The total exam duration is 90 minutes. We do have a sample assessment test available. When you register for the program and make payment, we will email you a sample assessment test along with the unique voucher code for scheduling your exam.
Q: What is a provisional pass A provisional pass is given when a candidate achieves a passing score after completing their Adobe exam. Before a pass status is awarded, Adobe performs industry standard statistical analyses on all exams to ensure compliance.
Q: What happens if I fail If a candidate fails on their first attempt to pass the ACP: Adobe Captivate exam, the candidate must wait at least 24 hours before retaking the exam. Failure to pass an exam on their second or any subsequent attempts requires a waiting period of 14 calendar days before retaking the exam. Each attempt will incur a separate exam fee.($99)
Q: If I pass, can I retake the exam If you pass the Adobe Certified Professional : Adobe Captivate examination, you are required to wait twelve calendar months before retaking the same examination, unless Adobe changes the test objectives for the examination. Additionally, after the release of a new version of Adobe Captivate, we upgrade the certification curriculum. You may retake the exam any time after our curriculum is updated post launch.
Q: How do I prepare for my exam At this moment there are 2 ways of preparing for the exam :1. Certification only : Self-study of the pre-work online curriculum (7 hours of video tutorials + practice exercises. It can take a total of 30-40 hours if you practice all the steps)2. Virtual training + Certification: Complete self-study of pre-work online curriculum and enrol for 2-day virtual instructor-led training. Get hands-on experience on Adobe Captivate.3. Please note, the certification examination for Adobe Captivate is an open book examination. Therefore, you may prepare notes and keep other online or offline study materials/resources ready with you during the exam.
Q: How do I find out what I missed on my exam Adobe does not disclose exam answers. Adobe strives to maintain the highest standards to protect the integrity of the certifications you earn.
Q: What can I do if I have a grievance with an exam questionAdobe is focused on the integrity of the ACP certifications and ensuring the accreditations remain meaningful. If you have a grievance with a question, send a description of the question and your complaint to ACPCaptivate@adobe.com.
Q: Why can't I see my exam history in the Adobe Credential Manager This could happen when the email address associated with your Adobe ID does not match the email address you used to create your Adobe Credential profile. For instructions on how to update your profile, go here.
Q: Where can I get more information about the procedures of taking an online proctored exam For the process of how to take an online proctored exam, please see the following Spark pages: PSI ExamityException: Please note that for Adobe Captivate certification examination, you need a voucher code. You can get a voucher code only after you register here for either 'Certification only' or 'Virtual training + Certification' offering.
Q: What are the rules and requirements for taking an online proctored exam For the rules and requirements around taking an online proctored exam, please see the following Spark pages: PSI ExamityException: Please note that the Adobe Captivate certification examination is open book. Therefore, the rules related to study material, paper, notes etc. do not apply. You may have notes, online and offline study materials and papers and pens with you.
Q: How does Adobe determine the passing score for an exam Adobe determines the passing score for each exam through a well-established industry process. This process involves subject matter experts defining the minimum competence levels required to pass the exam and rating the difficulty level of all exam questions. Adobe uses this subject matter expert feedback and the data from their rating to determine the passing score for each exam. Beginning in January 2020, Adobe exams will display the percentage score achieved by candidates. The passing percentage and scaled scoring of each exam is listed in the exam guides under exam information.
Q: What is a scaled score A scaled score is a sequence of standardized numbers to which all possible raw scores for an exam are mapped. Adobe uses a scale (that is, a sequence of numbers) from 300 to 700 when reporting your exam score. The raw passing score for each Adobe exam is mapped to the scaled score of 550. Therefore, the passing scaled score for all Adobe exams is 550. All other possible raw scores, from zero to the total number of questions on an exam, are mapped to whole numbers between 300 and 700 on the scale.
Q: How is my test score determined Your test score is determined by taking the total number of questions answered correctly (called your raw score) and dividing that number by the total number of scored questions.
Q: Can I use my scaled score to determine what percent of the test questions I got correct Dividing your scaled score by 700 will not provide you with the percentage of questions you got correct in the exam.
Q: Why are my past exam records displaying a different score Prior to 2020, Adobe used the scaled score format; a sequence of gradated numbers to which all possible raw scores are mapped. Adobe used a scale of 300 to 700, and mapped an exam's passing score to the 550 mark. In 2020, Adobe started reporting the exam's actual percentage score and stopped using the scaled score format.
Hi - I have found a list of Adobe exams for designers.Is there a exam quiz anywhere to prepare for the exam (I have more than 2 years experience but would like to do a pre test).ThanksJ
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