I found this in Qlik.com:
Exam Domain Areas
Interpret Business Requirements (20% of the exam)
- Based on business requirements, identify KPIs, dimensions and measures
- Propose the appropriate business solution for various types of users and devices
- Based on business requirements, determine which dimensions, measures, and visualizations should be added to a master library
- Compare and contrast Qlik Sense Desktop vs. Qlik Sense Server Development
Prepare Data for Application (17% of the exam)
- Determine the steps for loading data from a file-based data source
- Given a data model, resolve simple data modeling issues that exist (e.g., structure issues, circular reference, synthetic keys)
- Given a data model, resolve simple data quality issues that exist (e.g., content issues, associations)
Design the Application User Interface (28% of the exam)
- Determine the type of visualization to be displayed based on the information relationship (e.g., comparison, relationship, distribution, composition, extension, etc.) Identify the appropriate number of dimensions and measures to use in a visualization
- Determine appropriate sheet layout and/or organization (e.g., DAR, grouping, etc.)
- Determine the options for chart configuration
- Identify the appropriate usage of colors (i.e., application color)
- Identify the appropriate usage of visualization elements (e.g. color, size, bubble measure, sort, title, etc.)
Build the User Interface (30% of the exam)
- Determine how to build the contents of a master library
- Determine the process for building an application with objects and sheets
- Identify how to add images and/or install extensions
- Determine the steps to build and present a story
- Identify the source of rendering or data issues
- Determine steps to mitigate issues and problems
Deliver the Application (5% of the exam)
- Determine the steps to deliver or update an application
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I went to the conference 2 years ago and took the BA certification exam. I did not do any prep or study for it. I was able to pass strictly on my experience of working with Qlik Sense.
At this point I can't remember the specific focus of the exam. And it has probably changed since then anyway.
But if you have worked with QS for any period of time you should be able to pass this one if you decide to take it.
I would agree with the others that the Data Architect exam has more value in the real world. It is also much more difficult. I have taken it 2 times and fallen short both times because this exam seems to focus on scripting functions that I just don't use. Unfortunately they would ask 5 or 6 questions about the same function or process. So if you don't know that one you are going to get 5 or 6 questions wrong. Hopefully that has changed since last year.