The Practice test you are about to take is designed to help you prepare for the PCAP-31-03 Certified Associate in Python Programming certification exam. The test covers various submodules that are essential for Python programming. The test consists of 40 multiple-choice questions and is divided into five submodules:
- Modules and Packages (10 questions): This submodule covers topics related to user-defined modules and packages, platform modules, generating random values, math module, import and use modules, and packages.
- Exceptions (5 questions): This submodule covers topics related to Python defined and self-defined exceptions. You will be tested on your understanding of how to handle exceptions in Python programming.
- Strings (8 questions): This submodule covers topics related to string manipulation, formatting, slicing, and concatenation. You will be tested on your ability to work with strings and perform operations on them.
- Object-Oriented Programming (17 questions): This submodule covers topics related to object-oriented programming in Python. You will be tested on your understanding of classes, objects, inheritance, encapsulation, and polymorphism.
- Miscellaneous (List Comprehensions, Lambdas, Closures, and I/O Operations) (9 questions): This submodule covers topics related to list comprehensions, lambdas, closures, and I/O operations. You will be tested on your understanding of how to use these features in Python programming.
Each question in the test is designed to assess your knowledge, understanding, and practical application of the submodule concepts. The test is timed and will take 60 minutes to complete. Once you begin the test, you cannot pause or restart it. The passing score for the test is 70%.
After completing the test, you will receive a score report indicating your performance in each submodule. The report will also include your overall score and the percentage of questions you answered correctly. You can use this report to identify areas where you need to improve your understanding and knowledge of Python programming.
À qui ce cours s’adresse-t-il ?
- Individuals who want to become certified in Python programming and need to prepare for the PCAP-31-03 certification exam
- Professionals who use Python programming in their daily work and want to validate their skills and knowledge with a certification
- Students studying computer science, software engineering, or related fields who want to improve their understanding and knowledge of Python programming
- Anyone interested in learning and reinforcing their skills and knowledge of Python programming
- Individuals looking to test their skills in Python programming and measure their readiness for the certification exam.