How to pass the Tableau Desktop Specialist Exam Blog

The Tableau analytics platform is the market-leading solution in modern business intelligence. It makes it easier to analyze and manage data and faster to discover and share insights that can transform organizations and the globe. Tableau is the best platform for data scientists, analysts, students, executives, business users, and instructors to discover new possibilities. Certifications are the best and most cost-effective way to advance one’s career. You can explore many options by starting your career as a Tableau Desktop Specialist.
How do you prepare for the Tableau Desktop Specialist exam preparation? We will discuss all the important details, exam topics and format as well as unique study resources to help students pass the exam and get started in their careers.
Tableau Desktop Specialist Exam Guide
Before you begin your exam preparation, it is important to know that once you pass the test, you will be awarded the title of Tableau Desktop specialist. This title does not expire.
The Tableau Desktop Specialist exam requires that you have at least three months experience with Tableau Desktop and that you have a solid understanding of the product. This test does not require any prerequisites. Every person learns differently and their use of Tableau every day is different. Recommendations for learning materials and product experience are suggestions, not requirements.
Exam Targeted Audience
The Tableau Desktop Specialist certification holder has the potential to change careers, advance their careers, or increase their salary. This exam identifies the best aspects of the profiles.
Data scientist
Analytics manager
Analytics consultant
Data Analyst
Analyst in Business Intelligence
Senior data analyst
BI developer
Communications Associate Specialist
Tableau Desktop Specialist: Exam Format
Tableau Desktop Specialist exam will contain 45 questions, of which 40 are scored and five unscored. These questions will take you 60 minutes to complete. The NDA will allow you to monitor the time and give you 3 minutes to monitor it. The format of the questions will include multiple-choice and multiple answer types. Please note that the exam Check In will start 30 minutes prior to the scheduled exam time.
Let’s get to the scoring. The candidate’s score will be displayed in their Pearson VUE account’s “View Score Reports” tab. The Desktop Specialist exam requires a score of 750 to pass. The exam is available in English and costs for:
Registering Fee: $100
Rescheduling Fee: $25
Scheduling the Exam
Pearson VUE is the Delivery Provider for Tableau Desktop Specialist exam. This provides delivery options such as online delivery and testing centers. For scheduling the exam:
First, create a Certification account. If you don’t have one already, you can create one using the Tableau.com URL.

Second, create your Certification Account profile. If this is your first time using the new process to log into your Certification Account, then you will need to complete the information under “MY ACCOUNT PROFILE.”

Third, schedule the Exam. This navigation can be used to navigate to an exam that has been already scheduled.
Second, ensure you are logged in before you click ‘SCHEDULE EXAM’. Then click ‘Schedule/Manage my Pearson exam. However, you should read the Pearson testing rules before you navigate to the bottom of this page.

Next, click the ‘GO to PEARSON’ button at bottom of page to order your exam.

Exam Topics: What to Expect?
This exam guide is for you.

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