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Google Professional Data Engineer Exam

Certification Provider: Google
Exam: Professional Data Engineer on Google Cloud Platform
Duration: 2 Hours
Number of questions in the database: 206
Exam Version: Sept. 25, 2022
Exam Topics:
  • Topic 1: Single Topic
Google Professional Data Engineer Comments:
Highly Voted 2 years, 2 months ago
I passed the exam today and most of the questions were from the ET practice test ..However ,the answers suggested are not correct and please use the discussion to understand the correct answer,.
upvoted 48 times
Highly Voted 1 year, 5 months ago
Passed the exam! 40/50 questions are from here. The others are very similar in style. There were no case study questions though, like there are here.
upvoted 18 times
Most Recent 13 hours, 6 minutes ago
Took the exam today and cleared! Think about 49 out of 50 questions are from here.
upvoted 2 times
1 week, 3 days ago
Took exam 3 days ago and 48 out of 50 questions were from here. Great work examtopics.
upvoted 2 times
2 weeks, 5 days ago
I passed the exam today and almost all questions were from here. I bought the contributor access. Read last 20 pages and be aware there are lot of wrong answers, so watch out to discussion to understand correct answer.
upvoted 6 times
2 weeks, 6 days ago
I passed the exam on 09.09.2022. I have tried to refer many exam pages but I can confirm you that Exam Topics questions are the source of truth. I have got 48/50 questions from Exam Topics. Go through the discussion section and make sure you are checking the updated questions
upvoted 3 times
3 weeks, 4 days ago
Hey guys, Passed exam today. Most of the questions are from here. Very helpful. Definitely read the discussions from contributors. They are really helpful to get you think about the actual concepts. Very subtle differences in the options are to be observed. There were some questions which I had to answer from my studies too. Thanks to ET and I paid for contributor role and it is worth.
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3 weeks, 5 days ago
I passed the exam today - but be prepared your own apart from these questions- i got around 80%-85% questions only from this - i know few people mentioned 85-90% from this - but be prepared outside of this. I also bought contributor access.
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3 weeks, 4 days ago
It is 100%, it just updated yesterday
upvoted 2 times
4 weeks ago
Passed the exam yesterday, 90% of the questions are the exact same that those from the Topic 1 and from the member "abc_prasad" in the comment section here. Contributor access is recommended!
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4 weeks ago
Passed the exam today!! Could solve in about 45 minutes with the review of my questions, you can trust the community answers in discussions and make sure to get contributor access.
upvoted 2 times
1 month ago
90% are here. Still valid. The rest can rely on your common sense and experience.
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1 month, 1 week ago
I passed the exam today. 85% of the questions can be found here. Be sure to read the discussions though. Do as many mock exams as possible.
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1 month, 2 weeks ago
Passed the exam today. I could solve it in 30 minutes thanks to the exam dumps . All of the 50 questions are here. Some questions were modified to be more updated, clear, and politically correct; but are just the same. The community answers are the right ones.
upvoted 2 times
1 month, 2 weeks ago
Also passed the exam a few weeks ago, a lot of the questions were listed here/similar to the questions here. Make sure to read the discussions!
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2 months ago
I passed the exam the last Friday, check it well all answers. Options were shuffled, and most of the questions were from the ET
upvoted 4 times
2 months ago
You architect a system to analyze seismic data. Your extract, transform, and load (ETL) process runs as a series of MapReduce jobs on an Apache Hadoop cluster. The ETL process takes days to process a data set because some steps are computationally expensive. Then you discover that a sensor calibration step has been omitted. How should you change your ETL process to carry out sensor calibration systematically in the future? what is the answer for this A or B?
upvoted 2 times
2 months, 1 week ago
Thanks to ExamTopics for excellent dump of questions. I passed my exam on Jul 21. 40 Questions (from 11-50) that I got were almost from the first 145 questions here. understanding those 145 questions will help you solve remaining 10 with little effort. please use the discussions to find right answer.
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