How to Become an Adobe Certified Expert (ACE).">The following exam aids are now available to help you prepare for the latest Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) exams. You can purchase each one individually or as a bundle and save 7.5% of the retail price.
You can find more information regarding each exam aid on the individual product pages.
Please note, there are no official exams for CC 2016, or CC 2017 products. The next exam upgrade is expected in mid-2018.
In today's highly competitive job market, you can improve your chances of success if you can show a potential employer, or contractor, that you can use Adobe software proficiently. You can do this by passing the Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) exam.
Once you have certified, you can verify your certification electronically, and use the Adobe logo on your résumé, letterhead, business cards, website, or blog.
By obtaining an Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) qualification, you can demonstrate entry-level skills required to plan and design projects, communicate ideas, use Adobe products proficiently, stand out from your peers, and expand your education and career opportunities.
We have created interactive, self study exam aids whose sole objective is to help you prepare for and to pass the official corresponding exams.
The exam aids are written by Adobe Certified Experts, published authors and professional trainers, so you can have complete confidence in the content.
The content is made up of challenging original questions, multiple-choice answers, and extended answers, all served by an interactive, easy to use examEngine.
Following are just a few of the reasons why individuals, schools, colleges and businesses buy from us.
Please see product pages for more details and the testimonials page for unsolicited reviews.
"Many thanks to the Examaids software for making my journey easier. It really does focus your mind and get you ready for the exam and makes you "read the question". It is an excellent study and practice tool and I highly recommend anyone taking these exams to use it. It's an investment not a cost."
Ken Fisher | Photographer
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