SOACP Gen 1 Exams

Each SOACP Gen 1 certification requires the completion of a specific set of exams. In order to pass the required exams, you are encouraged to take the corresponding course modules listed on the Courses page.

To view the exam requirements of SOACP Gen 1 certification tracks, visit the SOACP Gen 1 Matrix page.

The following are the official SOACP exams:
Exam S90.01A: Fundamental SOA & Service-Oriented Computing
Exam S90.02A: SOA Technology Concepts
Exam S90.03A: SOA Design & Architecture
Exam S90.04A: SOA Project Delivery & Methodology
Exam S90.05A: SOA Technology Lab
Exam S90.06A: SOA Analysis & Modeling Lab with Services & Microservices
Exam S90.07A: SOA Analysis & Modeling Lab
Exam S90.08A: Advanced SOA Design & Architecture
Exam S90.09A: SOA Design & Architecture Lab
Exam S90.10A: Advanced Web-Based Service Technology
Exam S90.11A: Service Development with Java
Exam S90.12A: Service Development Lab with Java
Exam S90.13A: Service Development with .NET & Windows Azure
Exam S90.14A: Service Development Lab with .NET & Windows Azure
Exam S90.15A: Fundamental SOA Governance
Exam S90.16A: Advanced SOA Governance
Exam S90.17A: SOA Governance Lab
Exam S90.18A: Fundamental SOA Security
Exam S90.19A: Advanced SOA Security
Exam S90.20A: SOA Security Lab

Each exam has a unique code that contains the number of the module the exam corresponds to, plus an optional alphabetic version identifier. SOACP exam codes that end with a “B” represent exams that are part of the second generation SOACP curriculum. SOACP exam codes that end with an “A” represent exams that are part of the first generation SOACP curriculum. For example, Exam S90.01B is the code for the exam that corresponds to SOACP Module 1: Fundamental SOA, Services & Microservices and Exam S90.01A is the code for the previous version of this exam that corresponds to SOACP Module 1: Fundamental SOA & Service-Oriented Computing.

Honors Designation

Exams that are passed with a grade that is 10 or more percentage points greater than the passing grade are considered to have been passed with honors. For example, if an exam’s passing grade is 70%, then a grade of 80% or higher is required for the exam to be considered to have been passed with honors.

Whether you pass exams with a regular passing grade or with an honors grade is shown in your exam history on your AITCP account. If you pass all exams within a certification track with honors, a special version of the certificate is issued indicating that the accreditation was attained with honors and displaying a special gold-colored seal.

Exam Scheduling & Policies

Learn more about scheduling this exam at a Pearson VUE testing center or for delivery via Pearson VUE Online Proctoring by visiting pearsonvue.com/arcitura.

This exam may be available for on-site delivery and proctoring by an Arcitura Certified Trainer at eligible public and private workshops. Public workshops that include on-site exam proctoring are listed on the Workshop Calendar page. To learn more about on-site exam proctoring during private workshops, visit the Private On-Site Exam Proctoring page.

For policy information regarding exam retakes, visit the Exam Policies page.

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