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AWS Cloud Practitioner Exam Prep

W3Schools AWS Cloud Practitioner Tutorial is free.

The Tutorial is a complete AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner course.

It will help you prepare and increase your chances of passing the Exam.

You do not have to take the exam to read this tutorial

The Tutorial is available and free for everyone.


Exam Subjects

The Exam has four different subjects that you have to study.

  • Cloud concepts
  • Security and compliance
  • Technology
  • Billing and pricing

Read the AWS Exam Guide for more information about the subjects Exam Guide

It is recommended to read the Exam Guide. It is a part of the preparation.


Subject Exam Weight

The Exam subjects are weighted.

The weighted numbers are estimated and might not be exact.

They should be used as a guide to help you understand what to study.

Some questions cover multiple subjects.

Here is an overview of the weighted subjects:

Subject Weight
Cloud Concepts 26%
Security and Compliance 25%
Technology 33%
Billing and Pricing 16%
Total 100%

Recommended Experience

It is recommended to have a basic understanding of AWS Cloud and IT services before taking the Exam.

A rule of thumb is to have at least six months of experience with AWS Cloud.

However, there are no restrictions to take it earlier, as long as you have prepared well.


Exam Details

The Exam consists of 65 multiple-choice questions. The Exam is time-limited to 90 minutes.

Candidates must have 70% correct answers to pass the Exam and become certified.

Unanswered questions count as incorrect. Always answer, even if you are guessing.

You can go back and review questions.

Immediately after completing the Exam, you will be informed of your score and of your pass/fail status.


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