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Python Institute PCAP Exam

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145 Questions and Answers for the PCAP Exam

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Students Passed the "Certified Associate in Python Programming" exam

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Highly Voted 12 months ago
Thanks to ExamTopics, I pass my PCAP exam on 03/09/2023 with a score of 86/100, the dump is still valid!
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Highly Voted 1 month ago
Took the exam this past week. About 50% of exam questions came from this dump. Needs updated!
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Most Recent 6 months, 2 weeks ago
passed last Friday in once, score 75/100 only, but a pass is pass -- won't need a retake. about 85% are out of here. Thanks examtopics!!!
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6 months, 1 week ago
Thank you very much for your update! I should use this to pass mine, correct?
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11 months, 1 week ago
passed the exam today 27/03/23 some new/similar Qs on exam so dont memorize the answers but make sure you understand Qs (reading comments and write the code helps) thanks to all who contributed to Q/As !
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1 year, 11 months ago
70 - 75% questions came from here, rest of the Q's were new. Good resource to practice your python concepts.
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2 years ago
Hi everyone, I pass today the PCAC 31-03 exam with 90%. Dumps were very useful you should understand deeply the answers that are often not correct (not only here, I mean)! I think it was the hardest exam respect CCNA , LPI and LPCI-1 i did... and I use EVERY single minute of the time to review several times the answers. Good luck!
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2 years, 2 months ago
80% questions from the dump. Passed my exam today.
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2 years, 2 months ago
Just took the exam yesterday (12/6/2021). Approx 80% of the questions came from here. Thanks ET!!!
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2 years, 6 months ago
I just passed the exam today with a rating of 82%. it tests you on the following: - Modules & Packages - Exceptions - Strings - Object-Oriented Programming - List Comprehensions, Lambdas, Closures, and I/O Operations. I almost run out of time, with 10 minutes remaining 5 items still not answered. I didn't even have time to review my answers. I think, I run out of time because most of the code snippets have at least 30 lines in them you really have to study each line. Just about 70% of the exam questions were from here. Hope this helps!
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2 years, 8 months ago
I taked 31-03 last week and fail, in the exam I didn't have any single question from this page, also from prepaway dumps, totally new questions.
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2 years, 9 months ago
Still valid for PCAP-31-03! May 2021.
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2 years, 12 months ago
This is still valid, covered most of the exam questions.
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3 years, 5 months ago
Passed my PCAP Today. This website is really really helpful for your PCAP. Around 20 questions out of 40 came up in the exam. Which was really good. Keep Practising.And Good Luck!!
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3 years, 6 months ago
These practice questions have helped me a lot in my journey to PCAP. I passed my test on Aug 24th, 2020 conducted by Pearson. I'd say about 75%-80% of the questions from here actually appeared on the test. This forum will definitely help you practice & prepare. All the best!
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3 years, 7 months ago
Passed my PCAP today. Content here was very helpful, maybe 20% of actual exam questions are not here. (Example: What, if anything, does close() return?)
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3 years, 8 months ago
These questions are still valid for PCAP Certification, thank you!
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3 years, 9 months ago
Great content, really helpful
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