Practice Exams | IBM Quantum developer certification exam
Quantum computing is one of the trending fields and it solves difficult problems in recent times. Research says quantum computing is expected to grow as a $65 billion industry in 2030. Therefore the industry needs a workforce of researchers, academicians, software architects, and developers for the quantum computing field. IBM is the industry-first company to launch quantum certification exam
This course contains practice exams for IBM quantum developer certification.
You can register for the exam under IBM Professional certification site and the exam costs 100 USD for the single attempt only
Practicing these types of questions helps in remedying your mistakes and helps in securing the IBM certified developer badge.
Qiskit is the open-source SDK by IBM Quantum Research for working with Quantum Computers. IBM Quantum Developer Certification is a good place to start your path towards the quantum journey.
The IBM Quantum Developer Certification is a 60-question certification exam offered on the Pearson VUE platform. To pass the certification exam, the individual has to get 73% i.e. 44/60
Below are topics and their corresponding weightage in the syllabus for the Associate Quantum developer certification exam
Quantum Circuits 47% weightage
Executing experiments 3% weightage
BasicAer: Python-based Simulators 3% weightage
Qasm 1% weightage
Quantum Information 10% weightage
Experiment Results 7% weightage
Qiskit Tools 1% weightage
Displaying and using system information 3% weightage
Visualizations 19% weightage
Aer Provider 6% weightage
course credits: IBM Quantum
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Who this course is for:
- This course contains practice exams for IBM quantum developer certification.
Balaji is a Network Engineer and Quantum Computing Enthusiast. He is IBM certified Quantum developer and Qiskit advocate. He is passionate about learning new technology and making things simple and fun for the learners. He is Volunteer Teacher at Evidhyaloka, a non-profit organization that teaches rural Indian kids online. My courses have hands-on exercises and downloadable materials which will help the learners to try things and have experiential learning.
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