How to View Your Score Report for Your Microsoft Azure Certification
Cloud computing is known for delivering computer services through the Internet, such as servers, databases, storage, networking, software, machine learning, analytics, and business intelligence. It offers infrastructure as a service, platform as a service, and software as a service (SaaS) (IaaS). Microsoft provides a cloud computing service called Azure.
Why Get a Certification in Azure?
By obtaining one of the numerous Microsoft Azure certifications, one can show potential employers that they are knowledgeable about and capable of using Azure cloud services. You'll want to know your score if you earn one of these certifications. Finding that can be a little challenging.
After passing your Azure exam
You will view your exam score and other performance data as soon as you finish a Microsoft Azure certification exam. This benefit is that you can quickly tell if you passed and how well you did. You'll probably want a copy of this Score Report for yourself. The score report includes a table that shows "How Your Performance Compares to Those Who Have Taken This Exam" and a bar graph that displays your "Performance by Exam Section."
When you log into the exam certification dashboard for a Microsoft Azure Certification Exam, obtaining the score report is not immediately apparent, unlike Amazon Web Services (AWS) certification examinations. A prominent link to your exam score report won't be visible. Links to your transcript, certificate, and badges are available on the dashboard.
The score report is conveniently located and available on the AWS certification website under Previous Exams in the top menu. On the page for Microsoft Azure certification, there isn't a comparable direct link. And even if you figure out where to get the report, some browsers can greet you with a blank screen. You will be guided step-by-step through locating and downloading your Azure Exam score report in this instruction manual.
How to Download Your Azure Exam Report in Steps
Step 1: Go to https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/learning/dashboard.aspx and log in to the Microsoft exam certification dashboard.
Step 2: A screen like the one below will appear, containing links to your transcripts, certificates, and badges.
Step 3: Next, find exam vendors. You could browse Pearson VUE's website to find your score report if you took your exam there. From the drop-down menu, select Pearson VUE.However, I had a challenge when I first tried this. When I used the Chrome browser, I got a blank screen. I have to utilize the Microsoft Edge browser to access Pearson VUE.
Step 4: After choosing Pearson VUE and clicking Go, you will be taken there. You'll see My Account and a link to your score report on the right side of the screen. When you click that link, your score report will be displayed. To get a pdf of your information, click View.
What to do if you don't pass the test
Do not be concerned if you fail a certification exam. After the initial attempt, you have 24 hours to retake it—the duration changes with subsequent retakes. Visit https://cciedump.spoto.net/ for further information.
Review your score report's strengths or weaknesses to prepare for a retake. Practice the abilities you struggled with on your exam and the abilities in the subject areas where there are the most questions. You can also explore resources for exam preparation on the exam details page and then prepare for an exam page. Microsoft does not reveal which queries received wrong responses.
When you're prepared to retake the exam, plan a time and, if necessary, make payment following the exam retake policy.
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