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I'm plotting a path forward on getting as many of the students as possible in my business analytics at Leeds School of Business (CU Boulder) class Alteryx certified. For my planning, is it possible for a person to continue taking a certification exam after they have passed it? In short, I need them all to prove to me at the same time that they are able to pass it in an exam setting without outside help. It would therefore be helpful for them to be able to keep taking it at least one more time after passing it.
Once your students pass the exam, they won't be eligible to retake the exam until a year after their original pass date. So having your students pass the exam multiple times in a short period of time won't be possible.
That's quite disappointing. Can anything be done to help bring another 100 people into the Alteryx fold?
-- Kai R. Larsen [Leeds][ResearchGate][LinkedIn] Associate Professor, Information Analytics, Leeds School of Business Associate Professor (courtesy), Information Science, CMCI Research Advisor, Gallup Fellow, Institute of Behavioral Science Director, Human Behavior Project University of Colorado 995 Regent Dr. Boulder, CO 80309