AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam description
AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam (CLF-C01) is intended for candidates who have skills to demonstrate an understanding of AWS Cloud.
Above all things, this exam is independent of specific technical roles addressed by other AWS Certifications. For instance, Solutions Architect – Associate, Developer – Associate, or SysOps Administrator – Associate.
Firstly, this examination validates also the ability to describe AWS Cloud architectural principles and value proposition. In other words, it includes key services on the AWS platform and their common use cases like Compute, Analytics, Security, and compliance aspects for instance.
Referring to the BluePrint, the exam validates the candidate’s ability to define what is the AWS Cloud, and the basic global infrastructure. It also includes, in addition, billing, account management, and pricing models.
In summary, the AWS Cloud Practitioner exam validates all the basics/core characteristics of deploying and operating in the AWS Cloud in general.
We provide 6 practice tests (70 questions each) with the entire exam’s worth of questions. Wich enables you to confirm your mastery of the topics and provides you with the confidence you’ll need to take the exam.
Finally, to take these AWS cloud practitioner practice exams, in the same manner as the real exam conditions, our exams are timed (90 minutes). Therefore, you’ll know when you’re taking more time than the official test allows, and at the end of the test. You’ll receive a personal breakdown of the questions you answered correctly and incorrectly to improve your knowledge and make you more prepared to pass the real exam.
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Real Exam Format and Information
|Exam Name: AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Certification
|Exam Code: CLF-C01
|Exam Duration: 90 Minutes
|Exam Format: Multiple Choice and Multi-Response Questions
|Number of Questions: 65
|Passing score: 70%
|Exam Cost: $100
|Certification Validity: 3 years
|Exam Languages: English, Japanese, Korean, and Simplified Chinese