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Pega Certified System Architect (PCSA) Version 8.6

Pega Certified System Architect (PCSA) Version 8.6

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Pega Certified System Architect (PCSA) Version 8.6 


The Pega Certified System Architect (PCSA) Version 8.6 exam has been built for developers and technical staff who wish to develop skills to develop Pega applications. Pega Certified System Architect (PCSA) Version 8.6 exam is the first level in the System Architect certification path and offers a baseline to measure the knowledge of the candidate of the Pega applications.


Course Outline

The Pega Certified System Architect (PCSA) Version 8.6 Exam covers topics including - 

  • Domain 1 - Understanding Case Management (28%)
  • Domain 2 - Understanding the concept of Data and Integration (18%)
  • Domain 3 - Understanding the concept of Security Management (7%)
  • Domain 4 - Understanding the concept of DevOps (7%)
  • Domain 5 - Understanding about User Experience (16%)
  • Domain 6 - Understanding the concept of Application Development (12%)
  • Domain 7 - Understanding the concept of Reporting (7%)
  • Domain 8 - Understanding the concept of Mobility (5%)

Exam Format and Information

Exam Name Pega Certified System Architect 
Exam Code PCSA
Exam Duration 90 mins

Exam Format Multiple Choice and Multi-Response Questions

Drag and Drop Questions

Exam Type Beginners
Number of Questions 60 Questions
Eligibility/Pre-Requisite NIL
Exam Fee $165 USD

Exam Language English, French, German, Japanese,

Portuguese-Brazilian

Pass Score 65% and above

Pega Certified System Architect (PCSA) Version 8.6 FAQs

Candidates can cancel the exam in their Pearson VUE account by clicking the Cancel link for the exam appointment section at least 24 hours prior to the exam appointment.

  • A candidate can reschedule the exam at Pearson Vue at least one (1) business day prior to the exam appointment.
  • Candidates can reschedule the exam in the Pearson VUE account by clicking the Reschedule link for the exam appointment section.
  • In order to cancel the certification exam, the candidate must sign in to the Pearson VUE account and cancel the exam appointment. 
  • Candidates must cancel the exam at least 24 hours earlier to the exam appointment in order to receive a refund 
  • Candidates failing the exam must wait for a period of three (3) calendar days before taking a second attempt for the same exam version.
  • Candidates planning for a third attempt must wait a period of fourteen (14) calendar days after the second failed attempt.
  • Each exam version may be taken a total of three (3) times in a 12-month period. The 12-month period starts from the date the first exam is taken. 
  • A fourth attempt can be scheduled one (1) year from the first attempt.
  • The candidate must pay the full exam fee each time the exam is taken.

Candidates are required to have -

  • Two (2) forms of personal identification (ID).
  • Both forms of ID must have the candidate's signature
  • One of the 2 forms of ID must have your photo.
  • Valid forms of ID are government-issued ID such as a driver’s license or passport. Photocopies are not acceptable.
  • The candidate's name on the ID must match the name with the Pearson VUE account.

NOTE

  • PAN Card is not accepted for candidates giving the exam in India as an acceptable form of ID.
  • The blue-coloured (not pink) Health Insurance Card is an acceptable form of secondary identification, in Japan.
  • The Polish Identity card can be used as ID proof only if it contains a signature, in Poland,  
  • Food, laptops, backpacks, cell phones, notepads, pens, or other personal items are not allowed in the examination hall.

There are two ways to take a Pega certification exam -

Option 1 - Pearson VUE testing center 

Candidates can take the exam at a Pearson VUE testing center nearest you.


Option 2 - Online Proctored (OnVUE) 

Candidates can take the exam at their convenience from home or office.

Candidates must read the OnVUE exam delivery policies and requirements before scheduling the exam.

  • Candidates should register for the Pega certification exam with PearsonVue.
  • Candidates taking the exam for the first time must create a Pearson VUE account.
  • The name on your ID must match the name listed on your Pearson VUE account at the time of the exam

In case the prerequisites of a candidate are missing, it is most likely they have logged in using a different account at Pearson VUE.  If a candidate has earlier taken a Pega certification exam, then they must register using the Pearson VUE account with which the previous exam was taken.

The Pega Certified System Architect (PCSA) Version 8.6 Exam covers topics including - 

  • Domain 1 - Understanding Case Management (28%)
  • Domain 2 - Understanding the concept of Data and Integration (18%)
  • Domain 3 - Understanding the concept of Security Management (7%)
  • Domain 4 - Understanding the concept of DevOps (7%)
  • Domain 5 - Understanding about User Experience (16%)
  • Domain 6 - Understanding the concept of Application Development (12%)
  • Domain 7 - Understanding the concept of Reporting (7%)
  • Domain 8 - Understanding the concept of Mobility (5%)

The candidate taking the Pega Certified System Architect (PCSA) Version 8.6 exam helps -

  • Acquire knowledge of the core principles of application development on Pega Platform
  • Business users and delivery team members to these principles for planning and delivering business applications faster and accurately
  • Develop skills to perform the most common application development tasks using App Studio and Dev Studio. 

The Pega Certified System Architect (PCSA) Version 8.6 exam has been built for developers and technical staff who wish to develop skills to develop Pega applications. Pega Certified System Architect (PCSA) Version 8.6 exam is the first level in the System Architect certification path and offers a baseline to measure the knowledge of the candidate of the Pega applications.

 

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