Python Certified Associate (PCAP) Practice Tests
Hello and thank you for choosing this course - you are one step closer to becoming a Certified Associate in Python Programmer (PCAP). The PCAP Python Associate Level Programmer certification is a career-changing step into the world of Python.
Python is the world's top most popular programming language, used extensively in Artificial Intelligence and Data Sciences as well as in general-purpose computing area. Getting professional accreditation in Python is surely a feather in your programmer's hat and a strong step in your professional career.
What does this course offer you?
This course consists of 6 practice tests
Each of the tests consists of 40 questions, timed at 65 minutes
The questions are single/multiple-choice and multiple-select
Each question is carefully curated to fit the PCAP's certification goal
Every question is associated with a knowledge area
The answers are randomized every time you take a test
Instant result report with categories of strengths and weaknesses.
Capability to re-take the tests over and over again as and when it suits you.
What do the Tests consist of?
Modules and Packages (6 questions): Basics of modules, imports, math functions, platform functions, packages, directory tree and others
Exceptions (5 questions): Fundamentals, the hierarchy of exceptions, except methods, custom exceptions, raising the exceptions and more
Strings (8 questions): String operations, indexing, slicing, multiplying and comparison and more
Object-Oriented Programming (12 questions): Classes, encapsulation, inheritance, super/subclasses, method declarations, constructors and other OOP concepts
Miscellaneous (9 questions): List comprehensions, lambdas and closures, I/O operations
I have made every attempt to create the questions as close to the real exam as possible.
What are the next steps?
The PCAP - Certified Associate in Python Programming is a pre-requisite to becoming a Certified Professional (PCPP) in Python.
What does PCAP Certification Entail?
Preparing and sitting for PCEP certification has multi-fold benefits:
Certified programmers stand out during a job interview process
Preparing for certification will help you solidify language fundaments
Certifications will help you carve a programmer's niche and make them more marketable
Studying for certification will help you to give top-notch interviews
How I'll help you...
I am here to help you understand and write programs in Python. I am here to hold your hand and lead your path to get certified! I am here to guide you in all the possible ways I can. I will do my best to answer your questions, queries so you get the support needed from me!
I am sure you will be a successful Python Programmer in no time!
Connect with me!
Connect with me on LinkedIn, Twitter or simply send an email! I am always happy to have a chat.
All the best and wish you good luck!
Who this course is for:
- Beginners in Python
- Aspiring to be Associate Level Programmers
- Python Programmers
I am a Lead Developer working in London (UK) for the past 21 years. I am passionate about technology and am a lifelong learner. Experimenting with newer programming languages and shiny frameworks is an interesting hobby for me.
I have worked in multiple roles such as Solution Architect, Lead Developer, Senior Software Engineer, and others in various banks and financial organizations in London.
I have been training and teaching fellow colleagues, kids, and adults about programming languages, frameworks, and new technologies. In addition to my day job, I write technical books, conduct workshops, talk at webinars, and participate in tech-meetups regularly.
I authored well-received books(All About Java 8 Lambdas, Just Spring, Just Spring Integration, Just Spring Data Access, and Just Hibernate) and produced video courses on Java (Java 8 Lambdas and Streams, available on O'Reilly/Safari).