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All that you need to know about SAP C_EPMBPC_10

SAP launched BPC primarily based on Cloud expertise with which customers can analyze and process giant business results in the flip of seconds. This post is about the certifications which can be obtained with on SAP BPC. SAP certification builds on the fundamental knowledge gained through related SAP BPC coaching and ideally refined by practical experience within an SAP Cloud project team, whereby the consultant applies the acquired knowledge practically in projects.

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SAP has made available only one Associate Consultant certification with code: C_EPMBPC_10 This exam primarily verifies that the candidate possesses the knowledge in the area of the SAP BPC for the profile of an SAP BPC consultant.

Make sure you are able to gain the complete understanding and firm knowledge on SAP BPC certification syllabus. That includes topic like BPC Administration, Dimensions, Input Forms, and Reports.

Learn and explore everything about the SAP BPC for the profile of an SAP BPC Consultant

Things that you should be aware of for C_EPMBPC_10

Get complete detail on The “SAP Certified Application Associate – SAP Business Planning and Consolidation 10.0” certification exam certification syllabus

Below I have gathered all the data accessible to the very best of my knowledge related to the certification exam:

  1. How many questions are there in the exam?

A: 80

  1. What is the duration of the exam?

A: 180 minutes

  1. What is the level you graduate with the exam?

A: Associate

  1. What are the various languages in which the certification can be done?

A: English, Japanese

  1. What is the cut-off or passing percentage?

A: 71%

  1. What are the types of questions asked?

A: As from the SAP BPC sample questions provided by SAP, the questions have a single choice or multiple choice answers. Also, as shown in the sample questions, the number of correct answers is indicated for each question.

  1. What to study for the BPC exam

A: Firstly, go through the Exam Topics of BPC certification. These exam topics prove to be very helpful in the preparation. They act as the blueprint for the exam. This is because the questions asked in the exam are sourced from these topics itself. Every candidate will need to know ‘how to do’ the questions rather than just answer them theoretically.

  1. What are easy tips you can have in your mind while giving this exam?
  • SAP provides a note “There are ‘N’ correct answers to this question.” in actual SAP BPC Certification Exam.
  • SAP does not ask “True or False” type questions in actual SAP C_EPMBPC_10 Exam.
  • SAP provides an option to Increase(+) or Decrease(-) font size of exam screen for better readability in actual SAP BPC Certification Exam.
  1. If a question has 3 correct answers, and I answer 2 answers correct, will I get partial marks?

A: No. It is MANDATORY to answer all the answers correct to get marks. The pattern of scoring is binary – either it is correct or wrong. No partial marks available. On this note, make sure to pay attention to the indicated number of correct answers to make sure that you have chosen a correct number of answers. Choosing less or more answers than indicated will directly get you 0 points irrespective of the accuracy of your choices.

  1. What are the various Book References available for training?

A: The following book references are available and recommended:

  1. Is going through the training/material enough or do I need hands on experience of data modeling/provisioning?

A: As it is clear they say, if you read, you might forget, however, if you practice, you remember for a long time. Having said that, hands on experience will surely be helpful and is recommended to pass the exam but don’t waste too much of your time just trying to get access. If you are sure to clear your overall concepts you would give a fairly decent job in the exam.

  1. Which topics are tested in the exam and how is the exam distributed among all the topics?

A: The table below gives a rough idea on the topics which you need to primarily focus.(source). I have added here the approximate number of questions from the percentages given on the certification page.

  S.No                  Topic  % of Exam Topics
1 Administration

> 12%

2 Dimensions

> 12%

3 Input Forms and Reports

> 12%

4 Models

8% – 12%

5 Data Manager

8% – 12%

6 Logic and Calculations

8% – 12%

7 Business Rules and Controls

8% – 12%

8 Web Client and Dashboards

8% – 12%

9 Consolidation Central 8% – 12%

Before you give the exam C_EPMBPC_10

  • Each clear set of certification comes with its own preparation tactics. We maximum define them as “Topic Areas” and they can be identified on each exam description. You can find the answers to a number of questions, the duration of the exam, what expertise you will be tested on, and recommended course and content you can refer.
  • Please be known that the proper trained professional-level certification also needs several years of experience on-the-job and addresses real-life time scenarios.
  • For further queries refer to our Take your SAP Certification Exams and our FAQs.

Things to Remember

  • To ensure that you succeed, SAP highly recommends combining your personal experience with your educational courses to prepare for your certification exam as the questions will just test your knowledge of the course, but also your ability in an application.
  • Subscribers of the SAP Learning Hub (LH) can as well have an to the study material and participate in the appropriate SAP Learning Room (LR) to gain the required understanding and knowledge.
  • You are strictly not allowed to use any reference materials during the certification test. This clearly indicates that you are given no access to SAP system or online documentation.
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