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Posted December 14, 2012 by Mike Mineo in Site
 
 

The Differences Between the Adobe Certification and Re-Certification Exams

There are two main types of exams offered by Adobe to IT professionals for the purposes of initial certification and subsequent recertification. When you are seeking initial certification for a particular product, you will be required to take a computer-based, multiple choice certification exam that is administered by Pearson VUE. These exams are proctored and are available in many locations for the convenience of candidates.

If candidates are seeking recertification on a particular product or technology, they will once again take a multiple-choice exam. Theses Adobe exams can be taken online from any location that the Internet is accessible. Registration for recertification exams is also completed via Pearson VUE and can be completed with the same account used for the candidate’s initial certification exam.

For both types of Adobe exams, whether it’s your first experience or simply an update for recertifying, preparation is the key to successfully passing the first time. The surest way to save time, money, and frustration is to practice with the Adobe exam exercises from Testslive. The expertly designed exam practice aids will allow you to focus on the exam topics that are important without wasting time on concepts that will not be covered on your exam. The interactive format makes preparing for your exam fun while maximizing your mastery of the key concepts needed for your certification success.


Mike Mineo

 
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