I took the exam in Raleigh, NC, USA on April 19th. Due to an error in the test, I had 8 questions in the Animation section completely skipped (and therefore counted as wrong). I proceeded to answer 85 of the next 90 correctly and passed with an 87. Since I only had the opportunity to answer 92 of the questions, I am reconciling the score for myself at 87/92, or 94.56%
The course put on my Sam and Ben proved to be extremely helpful guidance in studying. I had initially taken the course to simply familiarize myself with Unity, but after completing my first go over the course I realized “Hey, I can do this.”
I downloaded the syllabus from the official Unity Certification pages and covered the items one-by-one using Google searches. I inevitably found the official Unity Manual on the subjects, but I also discerned which links on the first page of search results would provide me with useful information to understand the question point. By the time I had finished my Google research, I went and repeated the section via this course to fill in the blanks in my understanding.
I also created mini-projects where I tried to be creative with the subject matter covered by my studying.
After this level of preparation, the test was extremely easy.
I would say that if you only watch over the course once as a Unity beginner, you have a chance to pass but there is a lot of subtle info that will fall through the cracks in your understanding. If you are new-ish to Unity, sink some extra time in to really play with the settings and get experience to deepen your understanding.
Thanks for the course, Ben & Sam! I went from being unaware of the test’s existence to Unity Certified in 3 1/2 months.