Recently I had appeared for AEM Certification exam and thought I will share my experience with you all. How did I register for exam? I went through the AEM certification site and registered my-self choosing a date - A convenient date when I can make myself completely free. - There were two options, PSI and Examity. I have chosen one. - Due to the COVID lock-down, majority of the exams are happening online Procedures on exam day. The exam notification email said, I can login to the exam system half an hour before. Since this was the first experience, I logged into the system 1 hour before. System Checks: The exam site asked me to install a secure browser, once installed they do check system requirements. They do a set of checks like system resources, camera, internet speed, browser used etc. Check-in Personal Information: Once that is done, I was asked to take a pic of 1) Myself 2) my government issued ID 3) and a video scan of my room by rotating laptop around, including the desk where laptop was placed. Once those files are checked into the system, I was asked to wait for the scheduled time. My recommendation here: If you are confident enough about your system, internet etc, login just half an hour before the exam - else you will have to wait a lot. You can even disconnect and login back, but since camera was on, i did not attempt that. Waiting for proctor Now my scheduled time came. I had scheduled exam at 10 AM. But I was still getting message like 'Your exam will start once proctor joins on the scheduled time'. It went on for 10 minutes. I saw an option to chat with the executive. I pinged executive via the chat option. Even to connect the customer care executive - it took some time.
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I have taken AEM Architect exam 3 days back.
Though you login 30 minutes or 1 hour before, exam screen will be enable 15 before the exam and Proctor will be joined 10 min before the exam.
There are some more prerequisite along with above once.
Overall pretty good and well processed.
I really appreciate you sharing the additional note with the community.