Conexiam’s TOGAF and IT4IT certification courses are accredited by the Open Group, all certification is done by the Open Group. The certification exam is set and controlled by the Open Group. The Open Group examinations are available at The Open Group Examination Provider’s test centers.
Open Group Q&A on Transition from Prometric to Perason Vue
Q: Will my Prometric voucher be accepted at Pearson VUE?
A: If you received your voucher from an Open Group Accredited Training Course Provider, then yes, your Prometric voucher will be accepted at Pearson VUE after January 2017. If your voucher is valid and unused, then starting February 1, 2017 you will be able to use you voucher to book an exam with Pearson VUE.
Prometric vouchers beginning with any of the following two characters: 23, 50, 93, 95, 96, 98, 2X, 9X, SX, ZC, ZX will be automatically usable at and accepted for exam registration at Pearson VUE after January 31, 2017.
If your voucher begins with any of the following two characters: ER, G2, G3, GP, or P2, then NO, your voucher will not be accepted at Pearson VUE. These vouchers must be used at Prometric by January 31, 2017.
Q: How do I use my Prometric voucher at Pearson VUE?
A:Starting February 1, 2017, if your Prometric voucher is unexpired and unredeemed, you will be able to use it directly when registering at Pearson VUE. Go to https://certification.opengroup.org/take-exam for instructions on how to register. When you get to the payment screen, enter your Prometric voucher number.
Please also see the enclosed links
Pearson VUE Exam Registration: https://certification.opengroup.org/docs/PearsonVUE_Registration_Process.pdf
Pearson VUE Advice sheet for TOGAF exams: http://certification.opengroup.org/docs/Pearson_VUE_Advice_Sheet_TOGAF.pdf
Open Group Nationals Certification Restrictions
The Open Group controls Open Group certification rules. As an accredited training provider Conexiam complies with these rules. From the Open Group website: “As a U.S. corporation, The Open Group prohibits nationals of countries subject to U.S. embargo or trade restrictive sanctions (currently Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Libya, North Korea, Sudan, Syria) from taking an examination or getting certified. Further information is available on The Open Group Legal Compliances website.”
Conexiam’s ecommerce site will not sell to an address, or GEOIP location, in the Open Group’s prohibited list or any country subject to sanctions by the Canadian government. We are advised that enterprise architecture training can fall within a wide range of ‘Technical Assistance Prohibitions‘.
The following TOGAF examinations are available:
This is the examination for the TOGAF 9 Foundation certification.
This exam comprises 40 questions in simple multiple choice format, covering the Level 1 learning outcomes (see the Conformance Requirements for detail). Each correct answer scores a single point. The pass mark is 55% (22 or more questions out of a maximum of 40).
This is the examination for the TOGAF 9 Certified certification.
This exam comprises 8 complex scenario questions, with gradient scoring. This exam is open book and covers the complete Level 2 learning outcomes. The correct answer scores 5 points, the second best answer 3 points, the third best answer 1 point. The distracter scores zero points. The pass mark is 60% (24 or more points out of a maximum of 40).
This is a combined TOGAF 9 Part 1 and Part 2 examination for candidates who want to achieve the TOGAF 9 Certified certification (Level 2) directly in a single examination. It consists of two sections, with pass marks as per the TOGAF 9 Part 1 and Part 2 examinations described above. Each section must be passed in order to obtain an overall pass mark. If you fail either the Part 1 or Part 2 section of the combined examination then no certification is awarded, however you only need retake the examination(s) corresponding to the failed section(s).
Open Book Examinations at Test Centers
Please note that if you are taking an “Open Book” examination at a test center, the reference book (e.g., TOGAF 9) is always built into the examination itself, and available by selecting the “Reference” button within the examination.
TOGAF® 9 Exam Summary
|Exam Name||Exam Reference||# of Items||Time Limit|
|TOGAF® 9 Part 1 Exam||
|TOGAF® 9 Part 1 Exam (ESL)||OG0-091 (ESL)||40||1 Hour 30 Minutes|
|TOGAF® 9 Part 2 Exam||OG0-092 (English)
OG0-095 (Brazilian Portuguese)
OG0-097 (Simplified Chinese)
OG0-S92 (Latin American Spanish)
|8||1 Hour 30 Minutes|
|TOGAF® 9 Part 2 Exam (ESL)||OG0-092 (ESL)||8||2 Hours 15 Minutes|
|TOGAF® 9 Combined Part 1 and Part 2 Exam||OG0-093 (English)
OG0-098 (Simplified Chinese)
|48||2 Hours 30 Minutes|
|TOGAF® 9 Combined Part 1 and Part 2 Exam (ESL)||OG0-093 (ESL)||48||3 Hours 45 Minutes|
ESL is English as a Second Language
The Brazilian Portuguese language examinations are only available in Brazil.
The Simplified Chinese language examinations are only available in China.
The times listed above reflect the actual time allotted for taking the examination. Information from the Examination Provider may indicate a longer time frame that reflects the entire time required at the test center, which includes additional time for registration, tutorial, and a survey.
Open Group Certification Exam Retake Policy
The Open Group Certification for People Certification Policy indicates that after failing an examination, candidates must wait at least one month before re-taking any examination within that same certification program. If you retake your examination before the end of the waiting period, your test result will be void. This applies to all examinations within that program but does not affect examinations in another Open Group program. For example, in the TOGAF program, if you fail the Part 1 section of the TOGAF 9 Combined Part 1 and Part 2 examination, you would need to wait at least one month before taking just the Part 1 examination. However, there would be no restriction on taking an examination in another program, such as the IT4IT Part 1 examination.