Android Certifications and Exams

Android Exams

Android™ ATC provides online exams for its courses through its partners and Pearson VUE testing center. Examinees can sit for Android ATC exams only at authorized training centers or any Pearson VUE authorized testing center worldwide. For more information on our testing services, kindly check the our page on Pearson VUE.

Her is a listing of our exams:

Exam Code Exam Name
AND-401  Android Application Development
AND-402  Android Security Essentials
AND-403  Monetize Android Applications
AND-400 Training Skills for Android ATC Certified Trainer

Preparing for the Exams

To study for the exams, you can take Android courses provided by our training center parnters worldwide or learn on your own using our online self-study guides.

To locate a training center near you, use the following form.
To use our self-study guides and order our books, check the following page.

 


Certifications Information

AND-401: Android Application Development Exam

Questions of this exam are based on the content of “Android Application Development” course. To check the course’s outline, kindly visit this link: AND-401 course outline

To be an Android certified application developer (and to get this certificate and the Android certified application developer ID card), you must pass the Android application development exam. Upon completing this exam with a passing grade, you will receive the “Android Certified Application Developer" certificate by mail with the ID card no later than 4 weeks from the exam date.

Note: You are not obliged to take the course before you take the exam.


AND-402: Android Security Essentials Exam

Questions of this exam are based on the content of “Android Security Essentials” course. To check the course’s outline, kindly visit this link: AND-402 course outline.

Upon passing this exam, you will only get a score report. You need to complete the AND-403 Monetize Android Applications exam to get the “Android certified Application Engineer” certificate.

Note: You are not obliged to take the course before you take the exam.


AND-403: Monetize Android Applications

Questions of this exam are based on the content of "Monetize Android Applications" course. To check the course’s outline, kindly visit this link: AND-403 course outline.

When you have completed this exam, you will get only a score report, you need to complete AND-402 Android Security Essentials exam to get the “Android certified Application Engineer" certificate.

Note: You are not obliged to take the course before you take the exam.


AND-400: Training Skills for Android ATC Certified Trainer Exam
This exam is available should you desire to become a certified trainer. It tests your training and communication skills.

The exam consists of 45 multiple choice questions with a 70 % passing score. Questions cover the content of the E-Book, in addition to some simple IQ questions (Multiple choices). It will be easy to pass this exam if he/she reads the E-Book.

Note: You are not obliged to take the course before you take the exam.



Exams'' policies
Android ATC exams are closed book and they are available in English, Chinese, Portuguese and Spanish languages. Each exam consists of 45 multiple choice questions, its duration is 90 minutes, and the passing grade is 70%.
 
Trainees who have attended the Android ATC courses are expected to pass their corresponding exams easily; however, attending courses is not mandatory to sit for online exams.

The examinee will receive a score report with his/her result immediately after he/she finishes and submits the exam.
Those who pass will receive their certificates by e mail in PDF format within three working days.

The exam price is 150 USD to be paid for the authorized training center.

To locate the nearest authorized training center, click here.

To see an exam sample for the Android application Development, click here

For more information do not hesitate to contact us: info@androidatc.com

 

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