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  1. Yeah…I just sat in on the Autodesk Certified Professional: Inventor for Mechanical Design…that's not what I was expecting. Actually, for the past two months, I think I was studying for the wrong certification type (User versus Professional) because the test prep that I was using had me model a bunch of stuff and then give a resultant mass, volume, center of gravity, or whatever…Today's exam was 44 questions of multiple-choice, true/false, matchy-matchy, click the right answer based on the pictures…yeah, that was a beat down from hell. At one point I said out loud, "I was not F***ing ready for this." The proctor that was overseeing my online exam chimed in on the chatbox and asked, "Is everything okay?" I answered, "Yeah, sorry. I'm just talking to myself because this exam was not what I was expecting, and I am under prepared for it…" The kicker of it all is that I got a 69%…1 frekking percent away from passing the exam. SO, TL;DR, make sure to study according to this outline: https://certiport.filecamp.com/uniq/hoJuFpl2Oi2pptmi.pdf

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  2. I have a lot of experience. I designed machines for 10 years. I have been working in Inventor for 12 years. I created a lot of iLogic code. I created 98 feedbacks and finished 3 in the table in the world. I created 117 ideas. And I didn't take the test. Some images are unclear. sometimes there is a lot of text and no or bad image. I would like to take a test in my own language. I do not know all English phrases. I had 504 points today and I also had 0 for project. The test does not tell about abilities, I didn't like them.

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  3. I used to love drafting/architecture and autocad back in the day but went into computers and got my BS in computer science instead. Fast forward a few decades and I'm thinking of switching careers to autocad. If I were to get my Autodesk certifications, would that be enough to get a job?

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  4. I Just sat the exam and got 94 % (940/1000). As well as you and the rest of the bunch below – I got 0 in "Project Files". Unfortuneately my exam was not in Vegas so that I could confront the Autodesk people afterwards in the bar/casino – but in Denmark – so my score remain 🙂

    During my preparations your Tips & Tricks etc. were a great help. Thanks Neil.

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  5. At 5:37 Really?! They spelt hours wrong? "Acquire 400 hors of real-world experience with Inventor"

    Wow. Good Job Autodesk. You'd expect that to be caught before the site is actually put online, wouldn't you?

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  6. 35 questions for 120 minutes is ridiculous. thats an average of about 3 minutes per question, its basically touch and go, and there is the fact that some of them are hard to understand

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  7. I too missed the Project Files section question for the past two years I have taken the exam. I have reported the problem with the project file question, but Certiport has not corrected the supplied project file. Maybe next year.

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  8. Thanks for that. Been using Inventor for 10 years. Currently we're on 2012 and due to update to 2016 very soon.
    Going to Autodesk University in June and doing the exam.
    Although I use it every day, there's lots I don't use. Weldments, Sheet metal, FEA, Motion analysis etc. I really need to brush up on stuff & new vesions too. Also I use a 3D mouse so navigating without one will test me.
    Feeling very nervous but looking forward to it.
    Thanks for your help.
    ( by the way . . . I'm 63 so didn't even have a calculator at school )

    Jim

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  9. is there any place you guys can lead me to as a study guide? kind of need this to pass in my high school any help in understanding the question or tools that are rarely used on the test will help out a lot? THX

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  10. My exam computer at AU 2016 was horrible! The left ALT key was about shot, and slow as piss! It was very frustrating fighting a shit computer, while trying to understand exactly what the questions were asking you to do, all while the time is just ticking away! It was worth all of the trouble, as I'm certified now! I really enjoy your Inventor videos, keep up the good work!

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  11. I feel like you just took a drug test for your fans. Great stuff man! I'm looking forward to the new videos focusing on the exam material. It makes it a bit less nerve racking knowing that those are on the way.

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  12. Neil, an extremely good overview of the process. I run an Autodesk Certiport testing centre in England and you have the majority of the information correct. There are variations from North America and Europe particularly on pricing and delivery. In the UK you should go through a Certiport centre rather than Certiport themselves.There are also slight differences in the different programs i..e Revit (Arch/MEP/Structure), Inventor and AutoCAD. Your right that Autodesk recommend 400+ hours, but your also right that this should be for an overall knowledge of the core commands rather than niche areas. I've always recommended 2 years continual/full time use. You make no mention of the Certified user exam which is for intermediate level users (though Autodesk recommend just 40 hours). i recommend 6 months general use. Its a 75 minute exam (previously only 50 minutes) rather than 2 hours for the pro exam, and has easier questions. Your also right than time is an issue, by the time you have worked out what Autodesk requires, your pretty much have to submit your answer. In the UK there are practice exams for the ACU in Revit Arch/AutoCAD/Inventor & Fusion 360, and ACP in AutoCAD only, these can be purchased through most Authorised Training Centres who are Certiport registered.

    Sorry for the disclaimer, but this is written from a UK market perspective, and our European and American friends will have their own variations.

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  13. A test prep series of videos would be greatly appreciated. If you could lay out a sample question how they are on the exam and walk us step-by-step to the answer. That is of course if it doesn’t get you in hot water with Autodesk. I don’t want Autodesk sending there ninja assassins after you for giving away secrets.

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  14. this video was hard for me to watch because it is exactly the video i was trying to find before I took the exam at AU this year. Long story short I ended up failing the exam even after purchasing and studying an $85 guide book from Ascent a few weeks prior (i bought it late because i figured i would be fine just watching youtube videos but realized i need more when too much study time had passed)

    I feel like all my heartache would have been relieved a long time ago if just had this video at the time lol i may take it again later, maybe not.

    BTW I saw you in the "Looking into the Crystal Ball" vault class but didn't say anything because I wasn't totally sure it was you (plus social anxiety etc etc) I was also in the front row but on the other side in a black pullover, you may have seen me. Good video, hopefully this helps someone who was in my position.

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  15. I wasn't going to mention pricing as it'll change over time and location. But as it'll probably get asked a lot, on the Certiport website they sell the exam voucher for $150 or $180 with a retake if you fail it. Prices will vary up or down based on where you go though.

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