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Assessment study guide

About the Mobile Sites assessment

If you’re a web developer, webmaster, or technical professional creating mobile websites, consider taking the Mobile Sites assessment to demonstrate your expertise.

You'll need to pass the Mobile Sites assessment to earn the Mobile Sites certification, which is a Google accreditation offered to individuals who demonstrate proficiency in basic and advanced aspects of mobile website creation.

Assessment topics

The Mobile Sites assessment covers basic and advanced concepts, including best practices for creating, managing, measuring, and optimizing mobile sites. To improve your chances of passing, we recommend that you have on-the-job experience creating mobile sites.

This study guide covers the topics you need to know before taking the Mobile Sites assessment. Here are some of the things you'll learn:

  • Value proposition of optimized mobile sites 
  • How to improve mobile site speed
  • User design principles for mobile sites
  • Advanced web technologies (such as Accelerated Mobile Pages)

Assessment information

  • Questions: The assessment is made up of 65 questions 
  • Time limit: You'll have 90 minutes to complete the assessment
  • Passing score: You need to get a score of 80% or higher to pass
  • Retake period: If you don't pass the assessment, you can take it again after 1 day
  • Available languages: simplified Chinese, traditional Chinese, Dutch, English (UK), English (US), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish, Spanish (Latin America), Thai, Turkish, and Vietnamese

Passing the assessment

You can earn your Mobile Sites certification by passing the Mobile Sites assessment.

Once you earn a certification, you'll be able to highlight your expertise with a personalized certificate that you can print from your Academy for Ads profile.

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