AWS SA Pro of the exam (valid from exam taken from 15th November 2022) so make sure to pick up the correct version. Mock exams: The best mock exams I used are those by Tutorials Dojo. In fact, during the real exam I got a couple of questions which were exactly framed like the ones I practised on Tutorials Dojo. The killer feature of these mock exam is the review mode: you can practise exam questions and immediately reveal the answer with a clear explanation and AWS references on why an option is right or wrong. There is no time limit in the review mode so you can regularly practise and review topics even if you just have an hour available to study. Tutorials Dojo also provides a section based mode where you can focus on a specific domain and a timed mode which simulates the exam environment. If you have a little time to prepare I strongly recommend to focus on these mock exams. System test: if you’re going to sit the exam at home, make time to run a system test and check the requirements for remote invigilation (I talk about that in more detail later in the article). The SA Pro exam has a passing score of 750 so each time I practised a mock exam or a set of sample questions I checked if I got at least 75% of the answers right. This confirmed I was ready for the exam and highlighted some of the areas which I needed to review. PRACTICALITIES You may want to book the exam in advance to set a strict deadline for finishing your study (there is nothing more motivating than a deadline!) or cover the study material, do some practice tests, and make sure you score above the pass threshold before booking the exam.
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