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Recently the Python Institute introduced Python certification as noted here https://home.pearsonvue.com/Clients/Python-Institute.aspx.
Could you book be used as a study guide of sorts to help with this certification? If so in which way(s)?
 
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In looking the syllabus for the associate level (I didn't see one for the professional yet) I would say that the QPB, 3e should be helpful to prepare for that exam, and I'd expect it should be helpful for the professional exam, as well.

Of course, in preparing for an exam like this, it would probably also be pretty helpful to have the Python tutorial (https://docs.python.org/3/tutorial/) and the standard library docs (https://docs.python.org/3/library/index.html) handy to explore questions that need more depth.

JMHO, of course.
 
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That is indeed good news for those looking into Python certification and thanks for providing extra links Python learners.
 
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https://education.pythoninstitute.org/ has a free course materials in preparation for taking PCAP-31-02 EXAM, I myself is interested to take the exam this year. Is there anyone here who have taken this exam? Any tips on which topic should i  concentrate more would be much appreciated.  Thanks.
 
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