How to Pass the Tableau Desktop Specialist Certification Exam

I recently passed the Tableau Desktop Specialist Certification exam with a score of 97%. No, I’m not a power user — I’ve only used Tableau for a few months to create some dashboards at work. So if I can do it, so can you! This is my experience preparing for and taking the exam, which I hope will help you succeed as well.
What is the Tableau Desktop Specialist Certification?
The Tableau Desktop Specialist Certification tests foundational product knowledge. It is the easiest level of certification that Tableau offers and has no expiration date, unlike the more advanced certifications that are only valid for two or three years.
The exam is 60 minutes in length with 30 multiple-choice questions. You’ll need to score above 70% to pass and there is a mix of hands-on and knowledge-based questions. Though it is proctored and notes aren’t allowed, Google is your friend and you’re able to search for answers!

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Tableau Desktop Certified Associate Certification Exam Syllabus

Start your Preparation for Tableau Desktop Associate and become Desktop Associate certified with AnalyticsExam.com. Here you get online practice tests prepared and approved by Tableau certified experts based on their own certification exam experience. Here, you also get the detailed and regularly updated syllabus for Tableau Desktop Associate.
Tableau Desktop Associate practice tests provided by the AnalyticsExam.com is just one of the promising techniques of preparation for the Desktop Associate exam. This Desktop Associate practice tests are composed by a team of experienced professionals. Upgraded Desktop Associate practice questions will give you the useful experience of learning for the Tableau Desktop Associate exam. You can gain the Tableau Desktop Certified Associate certification on the first go with the help of the Desktop Associate practice questions.
If you are planning to prepare for Desktop Associate exam, but not sure how hard the exam is and you want to try out a sample test, you can take our Desktop Associate practice test. To help you assess your readiness, we’ve developed a set of Tableau Desktop Associate sample questions and assembled them into a free online test exam.
Getting that Tableau Desktop Associate certification is a great first step and these practice tests can help you toward a better score. Millions of aspirants have become certified with our practice tests. Give your preparation a new edge with AnalyticsExam.com practice tests.
Effective and dynamic self-preparation is very important for your success in your Tableau Desktop Associate certification exam. You therefore need to explore all options of preparation that are available to you. After studying all the resource materials, you still need to go through different practice tests to evaluate your knowledge base and skill set.
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5 Steps to Passing the TensorFlow Developer Certificate

Deep Learning is one of the most in demand skills on the market and TensorFlow is the most popular DL Framework. One of the best ways in my opinion to show that you are comfortable with DL fundaments is taking this TensorFlow Developer Certificate. I completed mine last week and now I am giving tips to those who want to validate your DL skills and I hope you love Memes!

  1. Do the DeepLearning.AI TensorFlow Developer Professional Certificate Course on Coursera Laurence Moroney and by Andrew Ng.

2. Do the course questions in parallel in PyCharm.

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My Experience of Tableau Desktop Specialist Examination

I am working on Tableau Desktop for more than a year now. But when I started studying for certification, I quickly realized that with only the working knowledge, I cannot clear the certification. Because there are more theoretical questions in the exam, and even for hands-on questions there are many concepts that I never used in real world projects like Sets, Trend Lines, etc.

So, it took me almost a month to prepare for the examination, and I refer multiple resources like random blogs, Tableau official tutorials (paid), and a few others to prepare for it. Once I got the confidence that now I can clear the certification, only then I booked the exam on https://tableau.lcsexams.com/. There are usually many slots available even for the next day, so I booked on Friday evening for Sunday at 4 PM.

On the exam day, I have not practiced any hands-on questions. I just revised the theoretical concepts from my notes which I made while reading the blogs and that helped a lot.

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How to Prepare for the ‘Tableau Desktop Specialist’ Test?

I am glad to share my experience on successfully passing the Tableau Desktop Specialist Exam. Tableau is definitely one of the top visualization tools today. I’d advise before the main exam, take the Tableau Desktop Specialist Free Practice Exam which has actual exam-like questions. Download the Official Desktop Specialist Exam Guide. It is highly recommended to take some time and solve the questions in the guide as it resembles the actual exam. If you have difficulty in any of the questions in the exam guide or the practice quiz mentioned above, or if you are able to pass the above questions, chances are very high you will surely have the same exam experience in the actual test.

Here’s a sample question below.

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Just to keep you informed, there are plenty of expensive practice exams on outdated old Tableau versions being advertised, so do your analysis before giving into marketing ads. The availability of free resources for Tableau is sufficient to learn and pass this exam I believe.

One of the main things they assess you on is if you are comfortable with the tool. You need to be aware of every functionality and feature provided by the tool, and where to go and look for to solve any logical problem. The recommended **work experience **by Tableau for this is 2–3 months, but I would advise 3–4 months to be safe. If you are not feeling confident, take a few practice exams like above and you will find out. Here is a sample question below.

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The above question apparently will appear very straightforward, but it is in essence testing your knowledge of using **wildcards **in Tableau filters — which is a specific topic area in the exam guide. Thus you need to focus on every line item in the official Tableau guide, and practice questions on that topic, along with numerical problems. Let’s see another problem below.

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How to Pass the Tableau Desktop Specialist Certification Exam

I recently passed the Tableau Desktop Specialist Certification exam with a score of 97%. No, I’m not a power user — I’ve only used Tableau for a few months to create some dashboards at work. So if I can do it, so can you! This is my experience preparing for and taking the exam, which I hope will help you succeed as well.
What is the Tableau Desktop Specialist Certification?
The Tableau Desktop Specialist Certification tests foundational product knowledge. It is the easiest level of certification that Tableau offers and has no expiration date, unlike the more advanced certifications that are only valid for two or three years.
The exam is 60 minutes in length with 30 multiple-choice questions. You’ll need to score above 70% to pass and there is a mix of hands-on and knowledge-based questions. Though it is proctored and notes aren’t allowed, Google is your friend and you’re able to search for answers!

#data-visualization #data-analytics #tableau #business-intelligence #towards-data-science