PCAP™ - Certified Associate in Python Programming - Exams
PCAP™ - Certified Associate in Python Programming
Are you ready to take the PCAP™ - Certified Associate in Python Programming exam? Test yourself by answering 420 questions! This course is in the form of practice tests and consists of 420 questions that may appear during the PCAP™ - Certified Associate in Python Programming exam. Some questions are self-explanatory. Where necessary, explanations are added to the questions. This course allows you to confirm your proficiency and give you the confidence you need to earn the PCAP™ - Certified Associate in Python Programming certification.
PCAP™ – Certified Associate in Python Programming certification is a professional, high-stakes credential that measures the candidate's ability to perform intermediate-level coding tasks in the Python language, including the ability to design, develop, debug, execute, and refactor multi-module Python programs, as well as measures their skills and knowledge related to analyzing and modeling real-life problems in OOP categories with the use of the fundamental notions and techniques available in the object-oriented approach.
The PCAP™ certification shows that the individual is familiar with the following concepts: modules, packages, and PIP, character encoding, strings and string processing, generators, iterators, closures, files, file streams, and file processing, exception hierarchies, and exception classes and objects, working with selected Standard Library modules, and the fundamentals of the Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) approach.
PCAP™ - Certified Associate in Python Programming certification gives its holders confidence in their programming skills, helps them stand out in the job market, and gives them a head start on preparing for and advancing to the professional level.
duration: 65 minutes + 10 minutes NDA/tutorial
passing score: 70%
number of questions: 40
format: single and multiple choice questions
price: about $ 300
Which version of Python is used in the course?
Can I take the practice test more than once?
You can take each practical test multiple times. After completing the practice test, your final result will be published. Each time you take the test, the order of questions and answers is randomized.
Do I have a time limit for practice tests?
Each test has a time limit and it is set as in the exam, 90 seconds per question. This gives a total of over 6 hours for questions in this course.
What result is required?
The required grade for each practice test is 70% correct answers.
Are the questions multiple choice?
In order to reflect the form of the interview as much as possible and to raise the level of difficulty, the questions are single and multiple choice.
Can I see my answers?
You can review all submitted responses and see which were correct and which were not.
Are the questions updated on a regular basis?
Notes! I strongly encourage you to repeat these exams until you consistently achieve a score of 90% or higher on each exam. Do not hesitate and take the challenge today. Good luck!
Who this course is for:
- everyone who wants to take the PCAP™ – Certified Associate in Python Programming exam
- everyone who wants to become a Python Developer
- everyone who wants to prepare for an interview with Python
- everyone who wants to work with Python
Python Developer/Data Scientist/Stockbroker
Founder at e-smartdata[.]org.
Big fan of new technologies!
Graduate of postgraduate studies at the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology in the field of Computer Science and Big Data specialization.
Graduate of MA studies in Financial and Actuarial Mathematics at the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Lodz. Former PhD student at the faculty of mathematics.
Stockbroker license holder (no 3073).
Lecturer at the GPW Foundation (technical analysis, behavioral finance and portfolio management).
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Miłośnik nowych technologii, szczególnie w obszarze sztucznej inteligencji, języka Python oraz rozwiązań chmurowych.
Absolwent podyplomowych studiów na Polsko-Japońskiej Akademii Technik Komputerowych na kierunku Informatyka, spec. Big Data.
Absolwent studiów magisterskich z matematyki finansowej i aktuarialnej na wydziale Matematyki i Informatyki Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego.
Od 2015 roku posiadacz licencji Maklera Papierów Wartościowych z uprawnieniami do czynności doradztwa inwestycyjnego (nr 3073).
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