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50% OFF DISCOUNT AVAILABLE UNTIL DECEMBER 31, 2018

As data skills grow increasingly in demand across organizations and functions, industry-known certifications can become an invaluable addition to a resume. Tableau’s new Desktop Specialist Certification Exam is an entry-level certification that tests the basic functionality of Tableau Desktop and helps students more easily leverage the Tableau certification portfolio.

Students can take advantage of a 50% discount off the full exam price before December 31, 2018. To qualify, you must be a verified and active user of Tableau through the Tableau for Students program.

Exam Details

Focused on foundational functionality and product comprehension.

Fee: $100 $50
Suggested Training: Desktop I
Required Prerequisites: None
Suggested Product Experience: 3+ Months
Title active term: No expiration

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How to get certified

Download Tableau

Download your free copy of Tableau Desktop and Tableau Prep provided by Academic Programs.

Hit the books

Review the study guide and recommended online videos before taking the exam.

Schedule exam

Schedule and purchase your exam a couple months in advance so you have a deadline to work towards.

Add to your resume

Stand out to recruiters by adding your Tableau Certification to your resume and LinkedIn profile.

I knew Tableau was an important skill to have as an active job seeker in data analytics. The reason I took the Tableau Desktop Specialist Exam, was to help validate my data skills in the job search.

About Tableau

Tableau helps people transform data into actionable insights. Explore with limitless visual analytics. Build dashboards and perform ad hoc analyses in just a few clicks. Share your work with anyone and make an impact on your business. From global enterprises to early-stage startups and small businesses, people everywhere use Tableau to see and understand their data.



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