Take the Exam

Take the Exam

Please read this page in its entirety. A link for instructions to start your exam is at the end of this page.

What to Expect

Consider the following details:

  1. The NME-200 exam is comprised of 60 questions.

  2. There is a time limit of 45 minutes to complete the exam.

  3. When taking the exam, you are not allowed to go back and review previous answers.

  4. You are not allowed to save the exam and come back later. Once you exit the exam, your answers will be submitted regardless of the percentage completed. If you experience technical difficulties while taking the test (either with the exam itself, or something local to you like an internet outage), please email certreg@getnerdio.com for assistance.

Recommendations for Taking the Exam

The best recommendation we can give is to take this exam seriously. It will be challenging, and the questions include ones on Azure, M365, and the NME application. It's very important to make sure you've gone through all the training material and have a comprehensive understanding.

When taking the exam, we advise you to set aside an hour of blocked time. Make sure your phones are turned off, and people know not to disturb you.

Note: When you enter the registration information for the exam, make sure to fill in your proper name. The name you enter at this step is what will get placed on your certification should you pass.

When You Are Finished

  • If you pass: First, give yourself a pat on the back. Congratulations on completing your NME-200 certification! Go celebrate, you deserve it! Your test will be automatically graded, and your complete certification will be sent to you via email.

  • If you fail: Don't take it too hard. Upon completing the test, you will be redirected to a page which will provide further instructions on your options for a retake.

Click here to follow the instructions and gain access to your exam.

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