OS X Support Essentials 10.11 Exam

OS X Support Essentials v10.11 Exam

Exam Details

  • Exam number: 9L0-425
  • Approximately 80 technical questions and 5 unscored demographic questions.
  • The exam uses a random pool of multiple-choice, true/false, and interactive-media questions.
  • Passing score: 74 percent (scores are NOT rounded).
  • Exam duration: Two hours

Becoming an Apple Certified Support Professional

The Apple Training and Certification program keeps you at the forefront of Apple technology. Certification creates a benchmark to demonstrate your proficiency in specific Apple technologies and gives you a competitive edge in today’s evolving job market.

Apple Certified Support Professional (ACSP) certification verifies your understanding of OS X core functionality and ability to configure key services, perform basic troubleshooting, and support multiple users with essential OS X capabilities. ACSP certification is designed for the help desk professional, technical coordinator, or power user who supports OS X users, manages networks, or provides technical support for Mac users.

You earn an ACSP certification by passing the OS X Support Essentials 10.11 Exam.

What are the benefits of Apple Certification?

Besides differentiating you as a skilled user and support professional for OS X El Capitan, an ACSP certification enables you to leverage the power of the Apple brand. When you pass the certification exam, you receive an email detailing how you'll receive your Apple certificate, along with instructions on how to order a framed version. The email includes LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter icons to make it easy for you to share your certification news with your networks on these sites.

You also receive a login for the Apple Certification Records System, where you can do the following:

  • Update your profile and opt in to display your Apple Certification in the Apple Certified Professionals Registry.
  • Review your certification progress.
  • Download your certification logo to use on business cards, résumés, websites, and more.
  • Provide access to employers to verify your certifications.