Image from Amazon Title: AWS Certified Solutions Architect Practice Tests
Author(s): Brett McLaughlin
NEW! We've added two new practice exams to the online test bank to cover concepts in the new certification Exam SAA-C02. To help you prepare for taking the exam, the updated test bank now includes THREE practice exams PLUS all the domain-by-domain questions. Over 1000 questions to test your knowledge!
1,000 practice questions with answers and explanations!
With five unique practice tests, covering the five AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate Exam objective domains, PLUS one additional practice exam, AWS Certified Solutions Architect Practice Tests provides over 1,000 practice test questions to make sure you are prepared for exam day. Coverage of all exam objective domains includes: Design Resilient Architectures, Define Performant Architectures, Specify Secure Applications and Architectures, Design Cost-Optimized Architectures, Define Operationally Excellent Architectures.
This book will help you:
• Gain confidence as you prepare for the SAA-C01 exam
• Ensure you are set up for success with 1,000 practice questions
• When you are ready, test your knowledge with the Sybex online interactive learning environment
• Get that highly desired AWS certification
Prepare smarter, not harder, with Sybex's superior study tools.
Before buying a book for the AWS Solutions Architect Associate exam, make sure it is for the same version as the exam you are taking. In this case, it is both. Kind of. This book is for the SAA-C01 which doesn't exist anymore. The author added two online practice exams for the SAA-C02 so it can be used for both. While this is certainly helpful, it is a bit awkward because the emphasis of the two exams isn't quite the sam.e
I was aware of the book was for the older exam when buying the book. I bought it anyway because I like learning from paper books. The questions were great for reinforcing the material. Some chapters have a lot of questions (over 300 in chapter 1) because the chapters map to objectives and there are only five objectives. That wasn't a problem though as I did them in sets of 50.
I was not aware that there were two online exams for the version of the test I was taking until after the exam when I went to write the review. Oh well. I still passed. And the book definitely helped reinforce concepts I needed to know.
I would have liked if the author randomized the questions more though. Getting a dozen questions all on the same topic in a row gets old fast.