Developed by leading subject matter experts, this Certificate Exam tests your knowledge and skills related to conducting both SOC 1® and SOC 2® engagements. You’ll prove your ability to plan, perform and report on the engagements through this timed online exam that consists of 75 multiple-choice questions.
To pass the exam, you must be able to evaluate and analyze the core concepts related to SOC for Service Organizations engagements. Then you’ll be awarded with a certificate in the form of a digital badge that you can display anywhere online.
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Need a refresher or want to ensure your SOC for Service Organizations competencies are up to speed prior to taking the exam? SOC for Service Organizations Deep Dive discusses considerations and application exercises covering complex SOC for Service Organizations-related situations to prepare you for your next engagement. Visit the online course page and select the "Online+Exam" option during checkout.
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Important note: Each exam purchase entitles you to one exam (first attempt) and one re-take (second attempt) if you do not pass the first attempt. Prior to accessing the re-take, we recommend you study any topics identified in your first attempt exam results. If you do not pass either the first or second attempt, you must purchase two more attempts. Exams passed outside of these purchase and re-take rules will not result in the issuing of a digital badge. If you have any questions regarding the completion of any of your exam attempts, please contact email@example.com to verify your results.
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