AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Practice Exams
The AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner ( CLF-C01 ) is one of the top-paying IT certifications and your gateway to learning Amazon Web Services and acquiring more AWS Certifications.
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Jon Bonso | AWS Certified Solutions Architect & Developer Associate
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41 points • Tutorials_Dojo
Released - AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Practice Exams by Jon Bonso and Tutorials Dojo Team
Hello Fellow IT Professionals,
It is with absolute delight that we announce the release of our newest course - the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Practice Exams. And for the first time ever, this course was 50% co-authored by one of our valued team members, Adrian Formaran, who has recently passed both the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner and Solutions Architect Associate exams.
Get it through this link now: https://www.udemy.com/course/aws-certified-cloud-practitioner-practice-exams-amazon/?couponCode=NEW-CLOUDPRAC
(Discounted Price for a Limited Time only)
This practice test course is for anyone who is looking for a study material that:
- Contains HIGH-QUALITY Questions - has 4 sets of AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Practice Exams with 260 UNIQUE questions and a 90-minute time limit for each set.
- SIMULATES ACTUAL EXAM ENVIRONMENT - mimics the actual, and the latest AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam to help you pass and even ace the AWS exam!
- DETAILED EXPLANATIONS, REFERENCE LINKS, AND CHEAT SHEETS - our answer keys at the end of each set have full and detailed explanations along with complete reference links so you can check and verify yourself that the answers are correct. Plus bonus AWS cheat sheets to help you better understand the concepts and also a study guide that contains a summary of the topics needed to learn for the exam.
- Prepared by AWS Certified Solutions Architect Professionals who passed the test (Please see our LinkedIn profile to view our AWS Certificates)
PLUS: Introducing a new feature called FLASHCARDS - a visual tool to help you retain the important concepts you need to pass the exam.
We have gone above and beyond to produce another high quality practice test and ensure that the questions we provided have accompanying explanations for each correct and incorrect answer, along with visual aids, diagrams and videos that will help you better understand each of the concepts presented. See sample below:
Our AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Practice Exam course also has the same features as our AWS Certified Developer Associate practice test course. The order of the questions, as well as the options within a question, are shuffled every time you retake a set which aims to provide a more challenging experience and decrease the chances of memorization during succeeding retakes.
We gave a considerable amount of effort to create and publish these Cloud Practitioner practice tests, including the laborious task of checking each item for any errors as well in our other courses. We are confident that this will significantly help you pass your exam. Feel free to message us or post in the QA section for any concerns and clarifications.
Thank you and best of luck in your exam preparations! :)
P.S. Once again, if you get the course using the link above, 10% of the profit we’ll earn will go to all the charity organizations that my wife and I are currently supporting.
Your Learning Partners,
Jon Bonso and Tutorials Dojo Team
UP NEXT: We will be releasing our AWS Certified DevOps Engineer Professional Practice Exams soon!
25 points • nutandevjoshi
Passed my AWS cloud practitioner exam
This was my first certification(obviously passed in 1st attempt) :)
To the folks who read this : This certification is not as easy as it seems, its might not be in depth as AWS certified solutions architect but its pretty vast. So please excuse folks who say "AWS CCP exam is so easy that everyone can pass"! Its full of many tricky questions not a cakewalk for everyone!
Today is 13th June, I had booked the exam on 20th May thereby giving myself enough time to study, understand the concepts and cover test series.
My AWS professional experience in industry : "0 years"
I study/experience AWS by myself with free tier.
Study materials I used: Whitepapers
The following link is a must read article for pricing(I was asked this in the exam) https://console.aws.amazon.com/support/plans/home?#/
Practice Exams are important because even though you read everything from whitepapers, as you dont read word to word, letter to letter, you might not be able to answer random question even after you read everything. Practice Exams come to the rescue. They make you stress your brain regarding what you read. I failed in 3 exams out of 4 :P (https://www.udemy.com/course/aws-certified-cloud-practitioner-practice-exams-amazon ). But I got to know a lot from questions I answered wrong.
Courses I took https://www.udemy.com/course/aws-certified-cloud-practitioner-new/?couponCode=LEARNING_CONTEST_NOW : he made the course free for 3 days :) I was lucky enough to study via his course.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4kl23udOKo&list=PLBfufR7vyJJ4fOplWPOtYqRyQ6YPMsBsF : Youtube course by Andrew Brown
The key to AWS CCP is understanding keywords. I would say better to make an excel sheet stating
topic studied : 1,2 line description
topic A : description of the topic
Revision is very important 1, 2 days before exam. So refer the excel sheet you create as above and also the questions/answers from Practice exams stated above. As this exam is vast better is to find topics you find difficult to understand and write in excel sheet with 2 lines description so you can recall it.
While giving exam : Know your gut feeling. Eliminate other options first that you feel are wrong. You come across 2 options at the last, choose the one you think is correct. You wont be coming to the questions again so think about the answer you submit, read the question again, and then proceed to next one. Make sure you spend 1 minute per question so you get 30 to 20 minutes to review. Since passing score is 70% make sure you try to answer every qestion properly, people fail with 69%.
Good luck ! :)
1 points • agaskell
Jon Bonso's practice exams are considered to be really good. https://www.udemy.com/course/aws-certified-cloud-practitioner-practice-exams-amazon/
Overall I think Udemy's offerings are better than LA or ACG. Stephane Maarek's courses are great.
1 points • kotb1
Jon Bonso Practice Exams did the trick for me.
Background: I had spent about 5-6 hours watching CBT Nuggets CLF-C01 course and reading portions of white papers. I took that set of 4 twice each and never got higher than a 65. Was getting a bit discouraged but then I read the Jon Bonso exams were more difficult than the actual exam (TRUTH) and gave it a shot. Passed yesterday with an 809. In my view it replicated the topics and wording of questions very, very well. The Bonso exams are a bit more specific on the Services. On the Exam you do need to understand some of the more marketable services but Bonso over prepares you as the exam itself is more focused on cloud concepts.
1 points • FakeitTillYou_Makeit
Were these the exams that you purchased? https://www.udemy.com/course/aws-certified-cloud-practitioner-practice-exams-amazon/
1 points • Voidin
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1 points • a680157
I started in the exact same spot as you. I knew I want to make a career change and learn more about cloud computing. I did not know anything about the cloud and needed solid resources.
I passed the Cloud Practioner exam with a great score after 5 weeks of studying. This is what I used to prepare:
Linux Academy Cloud Practioner Course. This is a great place to start if you don't have the technical cloud background. The course explains the basics of cloud computing and AWS. Its incredibly helpful. Plan for about one month of fees. https://linuxacademy.com/course/aws-cloud-practitioner/
Jon Bonso's Cloud Practioner Practice tests. These tests are very realistic to the real thing, harder actually. The explanations of each question are very informational. After you finish the test, read through each answer; he will explain why all options are right/wrong per question. You'll fail the first test and improve with each test. I don't think I ever got better than 76% on a test, they're not easy. But you will learn a lot. https://www.udemy.com/course/aws-certified-cloud-practitioner-practice-exams-amazon/
Lastly, I downloaded the Quizlet app and searched for free public collections of AWS Cloud Practioner info. There are lots of options of publicly available sets of vocab words AND practice tests. (This won't replace Bonso's practice tests though.) When I had a few spare minutes I would flip through vocab words and practice questions. This is a great way to quickly test your knowledge. I would browse quizlet while brushing my teeth, waiting for stuff to load at work, or during commercials.
Best of luck in your studies. I'm confident you can get it done if you are willing to learn. Feel free to message me if you have additional questions.
3 points • Derman0524
I have no I.T experience either but how I started is I took Neal Davis' Udemy course for Cloud Practitioner and then purchased Jon Bonso's practice tests for the Cloud Practitioner. It was a great introductory to the AWS world and a good starting point to see 'hey, do i like this or is this a waste of time?' and so with the course and practice test, I learned a lot about the various AWS services at a high level and I became obsessed. A common road map is for people to get the Solutions Architect cert then get the CCP cert but for people with virtually no experience in IT, the CCP is a great a way to start.
With the course and practice tests, you will be able to pass the CCP exam but by then, you should know if you like any of it or not and want to pursue the Solutions Architect. The courses will guide you through the AWS services and will teach you on how they integrate with each other. Neal Davis does an excellent job at this: https://www.udemy.com/course/aws-certified-cloud-practitioner-training-course/
Jon Bonso is best their is when it comes to practice exams as he really explains the answers and why you got an answer wrong. I would wait until there's a sale on Udemy then purchase them (usually around $10 USD).
1 points • xPacific88
\^ Here you go. Thank you! Additionally, when you purchase these tests, you get access to the Tutorials Dojo portal for 3 months which has some features Udemy doesn't and I found it pretty nice.
1 points • Vyceron
1 points • to0w1r3d
Same practice exams on udemy as posted for dojo?
1 points • bwaite43
Udemy - https://www.udemy.com/course/intro-to-aws-cloud-computing/
Exams - https://www.udemy.com/course/aws-certified-cloud-practitioner-practice-exams-amazon/
YouTube - https://youtu.be/3hLmDS179YE
Watch the videos , then do the exams. The exams help a ton. Just keep doing those over and over and look into what you got wrong. I just passed mine today. The test was much easier than I expected.
1 points • lee32t
Take this free course https://aws.amazon.com/training/course-descriptions/cloud-practitioner-essentials/ and Jon Bonso practice tests https://www.udemy.com/course/aws-certified-cloud-practitioner-practice-exams-amazon/
1 points • carlo-tutorialsdojo
We offer practice exams on our website and udemy for different AWS certification exams, including cloud practitioner.
Here is the link to our udemy channel.
I recommend buying the course on our portal. You'll save money and get super helpful features like review mode, timed mode, and flashcards! We also offer an ebook about cloud practitioner for the price of a coffee. Check out the links below:
1 points • willyzone7
Thank you for sharing! I followed your advise and the Tutorials Dojo team gave me the following coupon codes:
Solutions Architect Associate
Solutions Architect Professional:
DevOps Engineer Professional: