I want to ask anyone who passed the "Solid Edge Certification exam" accessible throught this Link ?
I just went throught the exam but it said that I failed OK...
There is a note how to enter the values and I am little bit confused. It said if result value is for example 90000mm in Solid Edge, enter value 90000, do not enter 90,000 or 90000mm.
But many results were in format 90000,XXX (, is decimal character in Europe). What is the correct value to be used as result?.
I had that same question when I took the exam. I copied/pasted the values that I into the answer field, so it included the ".XXX" , making a typical answer look like 90000.173
I used the decimal (".") instead of the European comma (",") and I did pass the test but not the first time
Certified Solid Edge Professional
Sorry to revive a dead thread here, but hopefully I can help someone else taking the test. The instructions said to use whole numbers in the answer so I rounded up or down based on how we've all been taught. I failed the test and am sure the parts I created were accurate. I'll copy and paste the values next time around including the decimal values if that's what works.
I have done the exam and passed it first time.
Go to Settings - Options - Units
Change the values to mm^2 and mm^3 and precision to 1
When you are finished with a part, make a drawing and compare your drawing to the one in the exam
There are a lot of small tricks in the drawings :-)
I found this prepForSEexam on the web