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PL-900: Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals Preparation - NEWEST Version
In this Exclusive and New course, we offer the Latest, Exclusive and the most Recurrent Questions & detailed Explanation.
This New Course contains two full-length up-to-date practice tests, of over 60+ questions each, properly balanced based on the exam domains just like you will get in the official exam.
This Exclusive Course will measure your ability to identify the core components of Power Platform; describe the capabilities of Power Apps; describe the business value of Power Platform; demonstrate the capabilities of Power BI; demonstrate the business value of Power Virtual Agents and demonstrate the capabilities of Power Automate.
Candidates for The Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals PL-900 exam aspire to improve productivity by automating basic business processes with Power Automate, understanding the capabilities of the Power Platform, acting more effectively by creating simple Power Apps experiences, performing basic data analysis with Power BI, and creating powerful chatbots by using Power Virtual Agents.
Describe the business value of Power Platform (20-25%)
Identify the core components of Power Platform (10-15%)
Demonstrate the capabilities of Power BI (20-25%)
Describe the capabilities of Power Apps (25-30%)
Demonstrate the capabilities of Power Automate (10-15%)
Demonstrate the business value of Power Virtual Agents (5-10%)
Scores needed to pass exams
Technical exams: All technical exam scores are reported on a scale of 1 to 1,000. A passing score is 700 or greater. As this is a scaled score, it may not equal 70% of the points. A passing score is based on the knowledge and skills needed to demonstrate competence as well as the difficulty of the questions.
Microsoft Office exams: All Microsoft Office exam scores are reported on a scale of 1 to 1,000. The actual score you need to pass depends on the specific exam you’re taking.