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Microsoft DP-100 Exam

Certification Provider: Microsoft
Exam: Designing and Implementing a Data Science Solution on Azure (beta)
Duration: 2 Hours
Number of questions in the database: 260
Exam Version: Dec. 2, 2021
Exam Topics:
  • Topic 1: Question Set 1
  • Topic 2: Question Set 2
  • Topic 3: Question Set 3
  • Topic 4: Question Set 4
  • Topic 5: Question Set 5
  • Topic 6: Testlet 1
  • Topic 7: Testlet 2
  • Topic 8: Testlet 3
Microsoft DP-100 Comments:
Highly Voted 1 year, 9 months ago
I passed the exam today, and most of the questions from this site are on the exam, I also recommend to learn how to implement azureml using notebooks into Azure ML Workspace, it's 90% of the test, how do you implement the pipelines, datastore, script vars etc... Good luck
upvoted 25 times
Highly Voted 1 year, 3 months ago
passed exam on 17 Aug. Around 45 questions came from this dump out of 54. Most of the questions were code based...correct code selection types...lots of questions on kubernetes, code for datasets, datastore, run_context, estimator, model monitoring, pipeline schedule, extract best run from experiment, compute size selection with gpu for deep learning..how to pass reference to data in pipelines..No questions on ml basics..purely azureml python sdk..questions on mlflow log metric...code for loging metric in a run..interpret ml..explainers..lot of questions on automl configuration.. most code from here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/learn/paths/build-ai-solutions-with-azure-ml-service/
upvoted 13 times
Most Recent 1 week, 3 days ago
Passed Exam on 27. November. 43 questions, no case studies. Hard to pass, Only 50% questions Form here legit. Lot of new, asking about fabriks, devops and Git.
upvoted 1 times
2 weeks, 5 days ago
Passed the exam today . About 70-80% questions can be found here. Not hard to pass since you just need to get 700/1000.
upvoted 1 times
3 weeks, 3 days ago
Passed exam with 905 on 11th Nov 2021. Had no prior experience with Azure or related certifications before. Went through Microsoft's free Dp-100 learning path and the dumps thrice. Not all topics are covered so be ready for surprises. However, majority (80 percent) of qs were from this dump. Difficulty level was moderate. 2 related to Github: steps to clone repo using SSH and How to view logged information properties? Go through the JSON thoroughly too! Answers here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/machine-learning/concept-train-model-git-integration 1 related to Azure Data Factory and how to monitory data drifts and trigger alerts on them? 1 was about the type of DSVM required as a compute target for inference and training pipelines? Options were Windows, Ubuntu and CentOS and OpenSUSE. 1 qs about privacy.
upvoted 2 times
1 month ago
Passed my DP-100 today. 43 questions, about 20% of the questions are new and not in this bank. The discussion helps a lot as always. Thank you Examtopic!
upvoted 1 times
1 month, 1 week ago
Passed today with 896, 70% from this dump, no case study (thanks to god!), one git question about cloning into ml-compute, one question about fair learn dashboard. Overall level: Intermediate.
upvoted 1 times
1 month, 2 weeks ago
I passed my exam today and around 70-80% of the questions are from here.
upvoted 1 times
1 month, 2 weeks ago
Passed the exam few days ago scored 905. Most of the questions related to the SDK and Coding. 52 questions in total with 100 minutes to answer. Around 85% of the questions came from Examtopics. Please be aware of the followings which are not covered here. - Git -> 1 question on choosing and ordering steps of use GIT to keep track the codes on Azure ML. - Fairness -> 1 question asking the technique and parity constraint. - Differential Privacy -> 1 question asking which type of Privacy is it, cannot find the answer related to this afterwards. - DataDrift -> Not on my exam but still appearing in many others’ exams. - Databricks -> Few questions mentioned Databricks but no need to be study hard on it, even it is on the question still related to basic ML stuff such as how to log data. Good luck everybody!
upvoted 2 times
1 month, 3 weeks ago
Passed today, just prepared by looking at questions from here. A lot of suggested answers are wrong, need to look at discussion
upvoted 1 times
2 months ago
Passed the exam on 03/10/2021. 70% of questions from Examtopics.
upvoted 1 times
2 months, 2 weeks ago
Passed the exam on 2/09/2021. 70-80% of the questions were from this dump.
upvoted 1 times
2 months, 2 weeks ago
I passed the exam lastday with 864 from 1000 52 questions no cas study , and 70% questions from this site 20 % are similar on the exam, I also recommend to learn how to implement azureml using notebooks into Azure ML Workspace, it's 90% of the test, how do you implement the pipelines, datastore, script vars 2 or 3 question about git theay asked for ssh key howa to use public and private key this site is realy helpful i mean the best one good luck !
upvoted 2 times
2 months, 3 weeks ago
I passed my exam today 854, 56 Question in 100mins. 70-75 % of the questions were from here. No cases studies , a round 9 questions on GIT, fairness, data bricks , data drift and value of epsilon. A LOT of programming questions , moderately difficult exam. All the best to everyone still to write.
upvoted 1 times
3 months ago
Passed Exam on 02/09/21 ,54 questions to answer in 100 minutes and I got 834 marks.Around 75-80% questions from this site and relative questions. No questions from out dated topics, no case studies, I got one question from databrics, many questions from pythonsdk,pipelines,deployment and one question from github . I agree some questions have given wrong answers ,read all discussions carefully before preparing ..All the best Every one.
upvoted 2 times
3 months, 1 week ago
Passed the exam on 2021/08/31 with 881 points. 70-80% questions came out of the dumps and few more are similar to the questions in the dump. No case studies for me and few questions came from GIT, fairness, data bricks and data drift. I got 100 minutes to answer 56 questions and that time was exactly spent to answer and recheck. Exam is challenging but not too hard. I have postponed it many time until I feel like comfortable (procrastination alert!). Good luck everyone!!!
upvoted 1 times
3 months, 1 week ago
Thanks, Examtopics! Cleared the exam today, 852. I got 56 questions, about 75% of questions came from here, no case study, lots of programming questions (python class, git API).
upvoted 1 times

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