PL-900 Practice Test (Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals)
<<The course is updated as per the skills measured on Dec 27, 2023>>
WHY SHOULD YOU BUY MY PL-900 COURSE?
a. 140+ deeply researched questions for PL 900. I create no more than three questions/day to maintain high-quality.
b. There are no 'What is the...', 'Which is the..." type of one-line questions. Each question is based on your understanding of a scenario. The questions challenge you to understand, apply, and analyze your knowledge.
c. I simulate the actual PL900 Microsoft exam experience for you in the form of single answer or multiple answer questions, statement analysis, active screen questions, drag and drop questions, build list and reorder questions and so on.
d. Clear and lucid explanations for both correct & incorrect answers.
e. Supporting visuals created by me to drive better understanding (Not taken from Microsoft documentation)
f. Explanations run parallel to the product. Every detailed explanation has corroborating evidence with the Microsoft product (like Power BI or Power Apps or Power Automate or PVA) shown in screenshots and clear callouts.
g. Explanations are NOT directly copied from Microsoft documentation. I have rephrased all the reasoning in a simple and easy-to-understand language.
h. No step-motherly treatment of incorrect answer choices. I took enough effort to explain the rationale for each answer choice (whether correct/wrong), including the reference links.
i. Don't worry about inaccurate sentence framing/wrong grammar/incorrect punctuations. I use Grammarly to review every question.
j. Almost non-existent repetition of questions only to increase the question count.
k. For some questions, you may have to search for answers in the given reference link. A Quick Preview feature shows a screenshot of the relevant paragraph to which the correct answer refers.
l. I love to help you succeed. If you need to discuss, we have an Active Q&A dashboard and expect fast responses (save for my sleeping hours, which are generally less).
m. As soon as there is an update from Microsoft, I try to update my course, keeping it always fresh.
n. The question bank is peer-reviewed every three months to ensure exam relevance.
o. Still not convinced? Check out sample questions on my YouTube channel/website before you decide to buy.
Feel free to connect with me through my website for any issues/questions.
The questions are collected from a variety of domains and sub-domains with extra care taken to equal attention to each exam area. Also, the questions are on different levels.
Remember-level questions test whether you can recall memorized facts, & basic concepts.
Understand-level questions validate whether you can explain the meanings of terms, & concepts.
Application-level questions test whether you can perform tasks using facts, concepts, & techniques, and,
Analysis-level questions validate whether you can diagnose situations & solve problems with concepts & techniques.
A mixture of questions at different levels reinforces your knowledge and prepares you to ace the exam.
These are the exam domains covered in the PL-900 practice test:
Describe the business value of Microsoft Power Platform (20–25%)
Describe the business value of Microsoft Power Platform services
Describe the value of Microsoft Power Apps to build applications
Describe the value of Microsoft Power Automate to automate processes
Describe the value of Microsoft Power BI to gain insights into data
Describe the value of Microsoft Power Pages to build websites
Describe the value of Microsoft Power Virtual Agents to create chatbots
Describe the value of connectors to integrate services and data
Describe the value of Microsoft Dataverse to organize business data
Describe the value of AI Builder to enhance apps and flows
Describe the business value of extending business solutions by using Microsoft Power Platform
Describe how Microsoft Power Platform apps work together with Microsoft Dynamics 365 apps
Describe how Microsoft Power Platform business solutions work together with Microsoft 365 apps and services
Describe how Microsoft Power Platform apps work together
Describe how Microsoft Power Platform works with Microsoft Teams
Describe how Microsoft Power Platform business solutions can consume Microsoft Azure services
Describe Microsoft Power Platform administration and governance
Describe the Microsoft Power Platform security model
Describe where to perform specific administrative tasks including Microsoft Power Platform admin center and Microsoft 365 admin center
Describe how Microsoft Power Platform supports privacy and accessibility guidelines
Identify foundational components of Microsoft Power Platform (10–15%)
Describe Microsoft Dataverse
Describe differences between traditional databases and Dataverse
Describe tables, columns, and relationships in Dataverse
Describe business logic in Dataverse
Describe dataflows for Dataverse
Describe the components of a connector
Describe standard and premium connectors
Identify use cases for custom connectors
Demonstrate the capabilities of Power BI (10–15%)
Identify basic Power BI components
Describe Power BI Desktop and the Power BI service
Compare and contrast dashboards, workspaces, reports, and paginated reports
Describe how to clean and transform data by using Power Query
Describe how AI Insights helps identify anomalies and trends in data
Build a basic dashboard by using Power BI
Create a Power BI report by adding visualizations
Create a Power BI dashboard
Add visualizations to dashboards by using Q&A
Consume Power BI reports and dashboards
Demonstrate the capabilities of Power Apps (20–25%)
Identify basic Power Apps capabilities
Describe the differences between canvas apps and model-driven apps
Describe use cases for and capabilities of canvas apps
Describe use cases for and capabilities of model-driven apps
Build a basic canvas app
Connect to data sources by using connectors
Create an app from data
Add controls to canvas app screens
Build a basic model-driven app
Create a model-driven app from tables
Create and modify views
Demonstrate the capabilities of Power Automate (15–20%)
Identify basic Power Automate components
Describe use cases for cloud and desktop flows
Describe use cases for cloud flow templates
Describe how Power Automate cloud flows use connector triggers and actions
Describe Power Automate use cases for approvals, Microsoft Teams, Outlook, SharePoint, and Forms
Describe the Power Automate apps including Power Automate for Desktop, Power Automate mobile, and the Power Automate portal
Describe actions for Power Automate desktop flows
Describe document processing in Power Automate
Build a basic Power Automate flow
Create a cloud flow by using an instant, automated, or scheduled flow template
Modify a cloud flow
Add flow steps to perform data operations
Run a cloud flow
Build a basic desktop flow by recording tasks
Describe complementary Microsoft Power Platform solutions (15–20%)
Describe the capabilities of Power Virtual Agents
Describe use cases for Power Virtual Agents
Describe the purpose of topics, entities, and actions
Create topics from existing FAQs by using Suggest topics
Describe the capabilities of Power Pages
Describe use cases for Power Pages
Describe use cases for templates
Describe how to share data externally
Describe the capabilities of AI Builder
Describe use cases for AI Builder, including Sentiment Analysis and receipt processing
Describe the lifecycle to create an AI Builder model
v1.2 - April 2023
Deleted 9 questions
Added 6 questions
v1.1 - November 2022
Updated 13 questions
Who this course is for:
- Candidates who want to clear the PL-900 exam
- IT Professionals who want to gauge their Power Platform Knowledge for their upcoming interviews
- Anyone in IT who want to take their career, and salary, to a whole new level with a Power Platform certification
Whether learning science from childhood or tech in professional life, I feel a sense of contentment to go beyond the what into the how and why of things.
This curiosity helped me realize I could be a good instructor/explainer.
So, all my courses go beyond the cliched tarmac: They are in-depth, layered, visually enriching, scenario-based, practically oriented, grammatically correct, and fun.
Ravikiran Srinivasulu, Microsoft certified, data and cloud consultant.