Hi, I'm using Whizlabs practice exam for preparation GCP Data Engineer Exam. I feel much more confident to take the actual exam after completing the practice tests on Whizlabs Regards, Sandip
It follows the actual structure on GCP tests. Used Whizlabs to confirm knowledge and skills.
I passed the certification exam. This course was the right thing to find out if I learned hard enough,
Today I passed the GCP Data Engineer exam. I used Coursera, Udemy and Qwiklabs as well as Whizlabs. There were at least two questions on the exam that ONLY Whizlabs trained me on. I would not have passed without you. Thank you!
Format is good but update needed for the new test
Thanks for the feedback, Ka Sing Au. We have added new set on 11th July to cover the changes.
The structure and subject of Questions are quite similar to the actual exam. However the style of questions is rather different. Also there are multiple Questions where the given answers are very ambiguous or just plain wrong. I hope those get updated soon. Nevertheless, the practice exam still helped me figure out where I was not yet confident enough for the real deal.
Hi Thomas Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Yes, we are working on to update the options and also we have replaced some of the questions. We are also adding 50 more questions today.
Question are structured similar GCP exams and it covers layers. But the exams more depth and real time hands-on
Good for preparation. Will update once I complete my certification. The questions are as per the revised certification pattern as on March 29th, 2019.
Hi Vinodh, how was the test, can you suggest what were the main topics and any other suggestions.
No point buying the material as the complexity of the questions in the actual test is atleast 4 times higher. There were no direct questions in the test but the ones here are more or less obvious.
The questions gave me a flavor of GCP exam, but these questions are much easier than the real exam
Hi Vinod, I'm planning to appear this GCP on July month. Do you have any material in handy? Can you give me some insights on this?