Having decided becoming an Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) will improve your chances of finding a job or an increase in salary, people then often proceed to ask on various forums what is the best way to prepare for the exam. The usual stock answers, mostly from people who haven't taken the exam, is to read the corresponding classroom in a book (CIAB) and to read the application's help file from beginning to end.
That's is actually good advice – provided you have unlimited time and few or no resources. However, if your time is valuable, you aren't afraid to invest in yourself, you would like to pass the first time, achieve a high passing score, and not pay twice having failed on the initial attempt, then using a dedicated study guide (i.e., our exam aids) really is the best option.
This is because our exam aids are only concerned with helping you to prepare for the official exam though, inevtively, you will discover some "hidden" secrets along the way. We focus on only the areas covered by the exams, whereas the CIAB series and the help files need to cover features and workflows on which you will not be tested.
We assume you already know how to use the application for which you want to acquire a certification and simply want to prepare for the corresponding exam. To achieve that objective, the exam aids are ideal tools for delving into areas with which you aren't familiar, to acquire, revise and to underline essential knowledge required to pass the exam.
We also spend considerable time fathoming the objectives and topic areas because the published objectives can be very wide and broad. For example, objectives such as 'Working with panels and menus' or 'Resizing images' can appear easy at fist sight but years of experience has taught us just which panel areas or image resizing options you are likely to be tested on by the exam (i.e., not the obvious!).
Having an interactive examEngine and also the same mutiple-choice format as the official exam, the exam aids can help to put you not only in the right frame of mind but also provide the experience of sitting an electronically delivered multiple-choice exam.
We have demos for Windows and for Mac OS. Why not take one for a spin and get a flavour of the full exam aid?