Certified Entry-Level & Associate in Python Programming Pack
This course is a comprehensive guide aimed at aspirants seeking to acquire the Python Institute's PCEP and PCAP certifications. This all-in-one course is carefully designed to emulate the format, style, and difficulty level of the actual certification exams, providing an authentic experience to prepare learners adequately.
This course covers a wide range of Python programming topics, following the PCEP and PCAP exam syllabus closely. Essential Python programming concepts such as data types, control flow mechanisms, operators, data collections, modules, functions, and file operations are delved into, among other vital topics. This expansive coverage ensures that learners are well-versed with the essentials of Python programming, while also equipping them to apply these concepts practically.
The mock exams consist of questions that demand the application of theoretical knowledge to real-world scenarios, thereby reinforcing the understanding of Python programming concepts. Each question is accompanied by a detailed explanation of the correct answer, enabling learners to comprehend better and concentrate on areas needing improvement.
In conclusion, this course is a robust preparatory tool for individuals aiming for the PCEP and PCAP certifications, providing them the confidence to excel in the actual exam scenarios. The course can be instrumental in not only validating but also enhancing learners' Python programming skills.
[PCEP - Certified Entry-Level Python Programmer]
PCEP – Certified Entry-Level Python Programmer certification shows that the individual is familiar with universal computer programming concepts like data types, containers, functions, conditions, loops, as well as Python programming language syntax, semantics, and the runtime environment.
The PCEP certification shows that the individual is familiar with the following concepts: fundamental terms and definitions (e.g. compilation vs. interpretation), Python's logic and structure (e.g. keywords, instructions, indentation), literals, variables, and numeral systems, operators and data types, I/O operations, control flow mechanisms (conditional blocks and loops), data collections (lists, tuples, dictionaries, strings), functions (decomposition, built-in and user-defined functions, organizing interaction between functions and their environment, generators, recursion), exceptions (exception handling, hierarchies), as well as the essentials of Python programming language syntax, semantics, and the runtime environment.
duration: 40 or 45 minutes + 5 minutes NDA/tutorial
passing score: 70%
format: single and multiple choice questions, drag & drop, gap fill, sort, code fill, code insertion
languages: English, Spanish
price: about 60 USD
[PCAP – Certified Associate in Python Programming]
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 USD
Which version of Python is used in the course?
Is it possible to take the practice test more than once?
Certainly, you are allowed to attempt each practice test multiple times. Upon completion of the practice test, your final outcome will be displayed. With every attempt, the sequence of questions and answers will be randomized.
Is there a time restriction for the practice tests?
Indeed, each test comes with a time constraint of 120 seconds for each question.
What score is required?
The target achievement threshold for each practice test is to achieve at least 70% correct answers.
Do the questions have explanations?
Yes, all questions have explanations for each answer.
Am I granted access to my responses?
Absolutely, you have the opportunity to review all the answers you submitted and ascertain which ones were correct and which ones were not.
Are the questions updated regularly?
Indeed, the questions are routinely updated to ensure the best learning experience.
Additional Note: It is strongly recommended that you take these exams multiple times until you consistently score 90% or higher on each test. Take the challenge without hesitation and start your journey today. Good luck!
Who this course is for:
- beginner or novice programmers who want to validate their foundational knowledge and skills in Python programming through the PCEP and PCAP certifications
- students or individuals studying computer science or software engineering who want to assess their understanding of Python programming concepts and prepare for the PCEP and PCAP certification exams
- professionals in non-programming roles who want to enhance their Python programming skills and demonstrate their competence in Python programming fundamentals
- Python enthusiasts or hobbyists who want to formalize their knowledge of Python programming and gain recognized certifications
- recruiters or hiring managers who want to evaluate the programming skills and competency of job candidates applying for entry-level Python programming roles
- educators or trainers who want to assess the knowledge and progress of their students in Python programming and guide them towards the PCEP and PCAP certifications
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