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Everything you want to know about the ECDL Advanced exam

Q. What is the ECDL Advanced exam?
A. The ECDL Advanced exam is designed for those candidates who want to get advanced level knowledge of computer. This exam is also designed for getting advanced knowledge of various products of Microsoft Office 2010, such as WORD 2010, POWERPOINT 2010, and EXCEL 2010. This ECDL Advanced exam provides the candidate with an industry recognized qualification. The course will cover up to 5 modules. The candidate is able to take stand-alone modules or complete all 5 to achieve the full ECDL Advanced award.

Q. What are the pre-requisites for the ECDL Advanced exam?
A. The candidate should pass the ECDL Essentials exam.

Q. Which type of the test is it? (Adaptive/Linear)
A. Linear

Q. What is the passing score?
A. 60%

Q. What is the test retake policy?
A. The candidate should re-register for the exam.

Q. Is the ECDL Advanced exam right for me?
A. This exam is right for you if you want to improve your skills in advanced level knowledge of Microsoft Office 2010.

Q. What are the code languages available for the ECDL Advanced exam?
A. English

Q. What are the skills being measured for the ECDL Advanced exam?
A. Following skills are required for this exam:

  1. Applying advanced text, paragraph, column, and table formatting
  2. Working with referencing features like footnotes, endnotes, and captions
  3. Creating tables of contents, indexes, and cross-references
  4. Enhancing productivity by using fields, forms, and templates
  5. Understanding how audience size, room size, room lighting impacts on planning of a presentation
  6. Understanding some important planning and design concepts associated with delivering a presentation
  7. Merging slides of a complete presentation with an existing presentation

Q. How to prepare for the ECDL Advanced exam?
A. Practicing the following things with the subject will make you confident enough of scoring well in the test:

  1. Apply advanced text, paragraph, column, and table formatting.
  2. Work with referencing features like footnotes, endnotes, and captions. Create tables of contents, indexes, and cross-references.
  3. Enhance productivity by using fields, forms, and templates.
  4. Understand how audience size, room size, room lighting impacts on planning of a presentation.
  5. Understand some important planning and design concepts associated with delivering a presentation.
  6. Merge slides of a complete presentation with an existing presentation.

Q. Where to take the test?
A. http://www.ecdl.org/programmes/index.jsp?p=102&n=2373

Q. How do I register for an ECDL Advanced exam?
A. http://www.ecdl.org/programmes/index.jsp?p=102&n=2373

Q. How to locate a testing center?
A. http://www.ecdl.org/programmes/index.jsp?p=102&n=2373

Q. How to schedule, reschedule, cancel, or confirm the exam?
A. http://www.ecdl.org/programmes/index.jsp?p=102&n=2373

Q. How to update personal information, viewing test history, etc?
A. http://www.ecdl.org/programmes/index.jsp?p=102&n=2373

Q. How long does it take to receive my Welcome Kit?
A. N/A