Two types of Level 3 exams are Technical Exam and Knowledge Exam. 1. Technical Exam is more based on model building, where you would upload new files and pull data based on Anaplan questionnaires. 2. Knowledge Exam is theory based on L3 course materials.
More on Level 3:
Level 3 course offers us with User Stories and expects us to figure out the solution and approach to build the model. There are training videos available to explain certain functionalities like Actions, Numbered Lists.
Before we start with Sprint 1, we have to first build the prototypes in PPT, Visio or Excel and upload it. Also build a schema diagram on our understanding of the projects requirement.
We do not have exams after each sprint as seen in Level 2. Instead, we have expected results screenshots provided by Anaplan and they expect builders to self evaluate based on the screenshots (For Sprint 1 & 2).
After sprint 2, we would have 10 Questions to answer which we call the main level 3 model builder exam and it is technical based on model we built. This comes with only 2 attempts.
Thanks Jairam, I already finished my L3 exercises and numbers match for every screenshot in Check your build section 🙂 . My query is more of how should I prepare whether I should clear complete numbers or I do not worry and just overwrite them. Overwrite makes sense if the new data being provided is just a small subset of data (and we have to make use of other existing data). Maybe I am just being to nervous/cautious in my approach (I hated school exams hence my worry).