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Amazon AWS Certified Machine Learning - Specialty Exam

Certification Provider: Amazon
Exam: AWS Certified Machine Learning - Specialty (MLS-C01)
Duration: 2 Hours
Number of questions in the database: 139
Exam Version: Dec. 5, 2021
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Amazon AWS Certified Machine Learning - Specialty Comments:
Urban_Life
Highly Voted 1 year, 5 months ago
I just completed two AWS certs and I am planning to take this one within few weeks. This portal is very helpful...no doubt!! I am just wondering --- can we have more questions (~300) like other AWS exam prep from this portal.
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ozan11
Highly Voted 1 year, 10 months ago
Passed it today! tricky one, this dump is extremly helpful
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Fasak_pora
Most Recent 1 week, 2 days ago
I just completed Aws machine learning certification. Around 70% of the questions are from this dump. Rest of the questions are not very easy and not very tough. Follow the discussions thoroughly as the given answers are not correct. Discussions are extremely helpful. Some people give the explanation along with reference links.Makesure to through the links shared in the discussions , extremely helpful.
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tomx
2 months, 4 weeks ago
just passed this exam 30mins ago. I'd say about 70-75% questions in my exam were from this database. the new questions are not very difficult, but not very easy either. you should at least read thru all the discussion here and you should actually know some basic terms/algorithms before taking this exam. Big thanks to contributors here, I've got the SAA SAP and AWS ML all three of them within a month, without your help, I might need to spend more time and money. so I registered an account to give you guys a big shout out here, kudos to all you guys!
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adit
3 months ago
Just passed the exam today. 70% questions came from here and the remaining questions were difficult but I was able to pass the exam because of all the comments from all the questions . Do read comments and Do your research before taking the exam. Special Thanks to the contributors!!
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Sithlord31
3 months, 1 week ago
Just passed the exam today. 70% questions came from here and the remaining questions were very difficult but reading all the comments from all the questions gave me the enough knowledge to nail the exam. Huge kudos to contributors!!
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DeeCode
4 months, 2 weeks ago
passed ml certification. most of the questions came from here. but there were some new questions on Kinesis family, few in notebook sage maker security, very few questions from sagemaker debugger, model moniter, some from ineference endpoints. The questions are very descriptive and leave very little time to review.
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ankit412
5 months, 2 weeks ago
Passed today !! I would say only 60-70% questions came from here , but the knowledge I got from discussions were immensely useful. Thanks :)
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raocl1
5 months, 2 weeks ago
Yesterday I passed the exam ....around 80% questions are from this dump and most of the answers are misleading..do your own research
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Bala1212081
6 months ago
Just now passed 05/06/2021. It was so difficult but yeah these questions were helped me a lot. Good luck
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Bala1212081
6 months ago
I got 941 i'm so happy to share with you
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kakalotka
7 months ago
Great one. Thank you!
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DSJingguo
7 months, 1 week ago
Can we pass the exam AWS ML with personal Mac laptop without any external camera? because PSI ask ''When taking an online proctored exam you must have a camera that can be maneuvered to show all four walls and below your desk.'' , which means a external camera is necessary, but Mac only have a front camera. Need your feedback. Btw, my exam session is in two days
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halfway
5 months ago
My response is too late for OP, but hope it helps others. Yes, I used my Macbook Pro without any external camera. When the proctor asked me to show the surroundings, I raised my laptop and gave them a quick tour of my room. It is much heavier than holding a webcam, but you can definitely do it.
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ocr4
7 months, 1 week ago
Took the exam this morning and passed. About 70% questions were from the dump.
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DSJingguo
7 months, 1 week ago
Congratulations Is it necessary an external camera during exam ? or just with your laptop front camera is good ?
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scuzzy2010
8 months, 4 weeks ago
Did the exam today, about 70% of the questions were from this dump. Discussions are important as a lot of the answers here are wrong. A few of the new questions were on SageMaker security. Do your research and understand all the answers presented in these dumps and why they are right or wrong.
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jdstone
9 months, 2 weeks ago
Passed it today. these questions are very helpful!
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omar_bahrain
9 months, 3 weeks ago
great website with great group discussion. planning to take the exam within 4 weeks
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awsml01
10 months, 3 weeks ago
An aircraft engine manufacturing company is measuring 200 performance metrics in a time-series. Engineers want to detect critical manufacturing defects in near-real time during testing. All of the data needs to be stored for offline analysis. What approach would be the MOST effective to perform near-real time defect detection? A. Use AWS IoT Analytics for ingestion, storage, and further analysis. Use Jupyter notebooks from within AWS IoT Analytics to carry out analysis for anomalies. B. Use Amazon S3 for ingestion, storage, and further analysis. Use an Amazon EMR cluster to carry out Apache Spark ML k-means clustering to determine anomalies. C. Use Amazon S3 for ingestion, storage, and further analysis. Use the Amazon SageMaker Random Cut Forest (RCF) algorithm to determine anomalies. D. Use Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose for ingestion and Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics Random Cut Forest (RCF) to perform anomaly detection. Use Kinesis Data Firehose to store data in Amazon S3 for further analysis.
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joep21
10 months, 1 week ago
D seems correct to me. Kinesis Data Firehose is near real-time and can store data in S3.
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