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Retry PSD exam after passing first time?

Last post 06:41 pm November 25, 2019 by Ashwin Kumar Madan Lunkad
4 replies
03:49 pm September 24, 2012


I recently followed the PSD (not PSM) course, took the assessment afterwards and passed. For the PSD training, you get 2 free tries.

In order to be able to become a trainer however, one needs more than 95%. So my questions is, what happens when I use my password for a second time, in order to get more than 95%? If I get less than 90% on the second try (you never know :-)), will I lose my certificate?

Is it possible to do a third try after you first 2 tries? If yes, what will it cost?

Thanks in advance!


07:22 am October 1, 2012

AFAIK passwords are one-time only, so you will have to pay for a second attempt.


07:24 am October 1, 2012

Whoops didn't read correctly that you have two attempts, sorry (for PSM course you get only one try).


05:08 am October 8, 2012

A colleague tried it, and after passing the first time, he was able to do the exam a second time. He passed again, and all is well. :-)

06:41 pm November 25, 2019

Hi. Could any of you please share your experience of taking PSD 1 exam and the resources you used to gain knowledge and pass the exam. I am Full stack Developer/Business Analyst and have several years of experience working in Scrum team. I also recently passed PSM 1 and PSPO 1 certifications in first attempts. I am planning to take PSD 1 exam soon. Thanks you in advance.

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