Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 ACE Certification Exam

September 9, 2011 by · Comments Off on Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 ACE Certification Exam
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Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 ACE Certification Overview

An Adobe Certified Expert – Dreamweaver is a person who has demonstrated proficiency with Adobe Dreamweaver software products.To become an ACE in Dreamweaver, you must pass the product-specific proficiency exam and agree to the ACE terms and conditions.

Adobe ACE Certification Dreamweaver CS5 Exam (9A0-146) Checklist

The checklist below will help guide you through the process of obtaining ACE certification:
• Review this bulletin to become familiar with the topic areas and objectives of the exam.
• Identify the topic areas and objectives you need to study.
• Determine which study materials you need to improve your skills.
• For a list of recommended study materials, visit:www.adobe.com/misc/training.html
• Study for the exam.
• Contact Pearson VUE to register for an exam: www.pearsonvue.com/adobe
• When registering for the exam, refer to the exam number located at the top of this bulletin.
• Take the exam.Your score is electronically reported to Adobe and will also be displayed
when you complete your exam.
• Upon passing the exam, your certificate will be sent to you via email. Please ensure that
you have provided an accurate email address.
• You can update your certification profile by going to: http://www.adobe.com/support/
certification/community.html. You will need the information provided on your score report to create a user account.

Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 ACE Certification Exam (9A0-146) Structure

The following lists the topic areas and percentage of questions delivered in each topic area:

Adobe – ACE Dreamweaver CS5 Core: Must Pass All Exams
9A0-146 Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 ACE Exam • 49 questions
• 72% minimum required to pass

Topic Area

Exam %
Questions
Understanding Web technologies
8%
4
Managing sites
16%
8
Working in Design view
16%
8
Working in Code view
8%
4
Working with assets
13%
6
Designing pages with CSS
15%
7
Building Interactive Documents
8%
4
Working with dynamic content
16%
8