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CATIA Certified Professional exam

CATIA Certified Professional exam

CATIA Certified Professional exam

Hi there.
I am seriously thinking of taking CATIA Certified Professional exam, but I am not quite sure of how the test is done and what to prepare for!
So does any one here know how the CATIA Certified Professional exam is done, and further more, have any one here seen any of these questions.
For a long time ago I saw some exampels of the questions asked for the SolidWorks exam and I was hoping that some of you out there had something about the CATIA exam.

Best Regards.

RE: CATIA Certified Professional exam

I sat the first exam a month ago, they are actually quite difficult. The main reason being that when a choice of options comes up in catia you quite often try them to find the solution you want, this is not possible in the exam. In the exam the user is presented with a series of upto 75 multi-choice questions set by an adjudicator. You can only progress forward and cannot revisit any of the previous questions. At the end of the exam you are graded based upon your responses and the pass level is about 65% (I think). You are given roughly 1 minute for each question.

Good luck

Gary W.

RE: CATIA Certified Professional exam

A friend just took the exam two weeks ago, and he said the same as Gary. The test is very difficult, 75 questions to be answered in 75 minutes, based on obscure facts described in the companion.

RE: CATIA Certified Professional exam

Thanks a lot for the answers

best regards

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