Magento 2 Certified Professional Developer Practice Test

Magento 2 Certified Professional Developer Practice Test

Are you preparing for the Magento 2 Certified Professional Developer exam? This practice test will help prepare you for what you will experience on test day.

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The Magento 2 Certified Professional Developer exam is here and it isn't a cakewalk. This test proves your deep knowledge of the Magento Open Source system. Here are some topics you can expect to find:

  • Magento 2 architecture (dependency injection, service contracts, XML files)
  • Database architecture (models, resource models, repositories and collections)
  • Frontend layout (blocks, templates, layout XML)
  • Caching best practices and overcoming challenges
  • Orders, checkout customization, customers, products

Get our study guide for the Professional Developer exam here.

In preparing for the “big event,” nothing is better than a trial run. We have put together a sample practice test. Our sample test contains 33 real-life questions.

Before you take this sample test, please read and understand the Magento 2 Certified Professional Developer study guide we have put together. It is very thorough and comprehensive.

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Suggestions for using the practice exam:
  • Don’t memorize the answers. That is not the purpose of the test. The purpose is to show you what areas in which you are weak.
  • These questions will NOT be found on the final exam. They might be similar. As they say on the real test, memorizing answers won't get you across the finish line.
  • If you get an answer wrong on a technicality, study what makes up the difference. Might you be thinking of Magento 1?
  • Take your time and think about each answer. Visualize any admin area answers.

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