Do you know AWS released the beta exam: AWS Certified Advanced Networking – Specialty ANS-C01 exam? This post has all the details about this beta exam and lets you know what is a beta exam and all information related.
- 1 New beta exam: AWS Certified Advanced Networking – Specialty ANS-C01
- 1.1 Posted: January 25, 2022
- 1.2 About the beta exam
- 1.3 Important dates
- 1.4 Take the current exam AWS Certified Advanced Networking – Specialty ANS-C00
- 1.5 What is a beta exam?
- 1.6 What is the benefit of taking a beta exam?
- 1.7 What happens if I pass the beta?
- 1.8 What happens if I do not pass the beta exam?
- 1.9 Why is there a beta exam for an existing AWS Certification exam?
- 1.10 Where do I take the beta exam?
- 1.11 Why is beta registration limited?
- 1.12 What languages are beta exams available in?
- 1.13 What prerequisites are required to take these beta exams?
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New beta exam: AWS Certified Advanced Networking – Specialty ANS-C01
Posted: January 25, 2022
Beta exam registration is now open. Sign in to your AWS Training and Certification account, select Register for an Exam, and schedule AWS Certified Advanced Networking – Specialty beta with either PSI or Pearson VUE.
We’re making updates to the AWS Certified Advanced Networking – Specialty exam to ensure it validates knowledge and skills for current AWS services and best practices. The new version has updated content across all domains, as well as new topics aligned with AWS Networking innovations. The updated content supports complex networking scenarios including global and hybrid networks, network security, operational efficiency, and governance. The updated exam will be in beta from February 22 to April 4, 2022.
If you’d like to be one of the first individuals to take this new version, please review the beta exam guide to learn what to expect and help you prepare. The guide outlines the test domains, weight of each domain, and detailed topics within them. The guide also includes lists of in-scope and out-of-scope AWS services for the exam.
The beta exam is available in English for 150 USD, which is a 50% discount off the standard exam price. You can take the beta exam from our test delivery providers, PSI and Pearson VUE, either from the comfort and convenience of your home or at any of their testing centers worldwide. You’ll have 220 minutes to complete the exam. Your detailed exam results will be available in your AWS Certification Account under Previous Exams by mid-June 2022. You will not receive a pass or fail notification on the testing screen upon completion of the exam.
We plan to make the new version available and retire the current version in July 2022.
About the beta exam
Format: Multiple choice and multiple response questions only
Delivery method: Pearson VUE and PSI; testing center or online proctored exam
Time: 220 minutes
Cost: 150 USD (a 50% discount from the standard price)
Score availability: By mid-June 2022
|First day to register for the beta exam||Now open!|
|First day to take the beta exam||February 22, 2022|
|Last day to take the beta exam||April 04, 2022|
|Expected availability of standard exam||July 2022|
Take the current exam AWS Certified Advanced Networking – Specialty ANS-C00
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What is a beta exam?
AWS Certification uses beta exams to test exam item performance before use in a live exam. An exam goes through the beta process before the exam is launched for the first time. AWS Certification also completes a beta process when an exam outline changes.
What is the benefit of taking a beta exam?
Beta candidates have the opportunity to take the newest exams first and to participate in data gathering about the performance of exam questions. For new exams, candidates who pass the exam can be among the first to hold the new certification. In addition, beta exams are typically offered at 50% off standard exam pricing.
What happens if I pass the beta?
Candidates who pass the beta exam will be awarded the AWS Certification once scores are released, typically 90 days from the end of the beta period. Your certification will be valid for three years from the day scores are released.
What happens if I do not pass the beta exam?
Individuals who participate in beta exams but do not pass can retake the exam once the standard version is released. A passing score on the beta or standard exam is required to earn the certification.
Why is there a beta exam for an existing AWS Certification exam?
We develop new exam outlines to maintain the currency of our certification exams and provide a revised exam guide when an outline changes. A beta period for the updated version allows us to gather statistical information about new questions that fit the new outline.
Where do I take the beta exam?
Beta exams are delivered by our testing vendors, PSI and Pearson VUE. Testing centers are available in thousands of locations across the globe. You can access a list of the available testing centers in your area with available dates and times during the exam scheduling process.
Why is beta registration limited?
We offer beta versions of new exams in order to gather statistical information about new questions that fit the new outline. Once we reach our capacity for this statistical analysis, we may close registration for a given beta exam. Anyone who has already registered will have the opportunity to complete their beta exam as scheduled.
What languages are beta exams available in?
Beta exams are available only in English. We anticipate more languages will be available once the exam is released in full.
What prerequisites are required to take these beta exams?
There are no prerequisites for our AWS Certification exams, including beta exams. In October 2018, we removed prerequisites to give candidates more flexibility for our exams.
In the next blog post, We will share sample questions for the AWS ANS-C01 exam. See you soon!