Review the Exam Objectives to get a sense of the knowledge areas and skills covered by the exam and to identify areas for personal review. Exam objectives are localized in multiple languages and can be downloaded from the relevant certification page as they become available.
For a structured and thorough review of the material on the exam, consider preparing with Unity online courseware aligned to the certification:
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The Unity Certification program is evolving with new certifications for students, entry-level and mid-level professionals. Availability of the Unity Certified Developer exam will taper off through the end of 2018. Three new certifications have taken its place: Choose from Unity Certified Associate, Unity Certified Programmer and Unity Certified 3D Artist.
We recommend you prepare to take one of the other exams, depending on your area of focus and level of expertise: Choose from Unity Certified Associate, Unity Certified Programmer and Unity Certified 3D Artist. Any work you’ve done to prepare for Unity Developer certification will benefit you should you decide to take the Unity Certified Associate exam.
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All Unity exams have a scale range of 200 to 700. The passing score is 500. Any score of 500 or above is a “pass”. Any score below 500 is a “fail.”
Unity will not provide information on how many items or what percent of items were correct or incorrect. Also, for security reasons, Unity doesn’t provide the specifics of the questions responded to correctly or incorrectly.