The CompTIA RFID+ exam is the only current test or governing
RFID professionals. As the RFID industry grows, more and more companies
and government organizations will demand RFID certification. Below is the
testing attributes and testing definition for the RFID+ exam from CompTIA
in BLACK, as
well as our "Simple English" explanation in RED,
and our measurement of scores by percentage.
|Number of Questions:
|| 81 (appx. 1 minute 11 seconds
||Conventional; situational and identification multiple-choice questions.
Multiple choice, normally select 1 or 2 of 4.
||CompTIA Network+ and a minimum of six to twenty-four months of RFID
technology experience recommended, but not required.
||630 out of a possible 900 points = 70%
|RFID+ Exam Code:
||$258.00 (as of 1/1/09)
||CompTIA RFID+ Certified Professional (CRCP)
|CompTIA RFID Test Link:
The skills and knowledge measured by this examination are derived from an industry-wide job
task analysis (JTA) and have been validated by Subject Matter Experts from around the globe.
Basically some pretty smart and qualified people put the
The CompTIA RFID+ Certified Professional (CRCP) candidate will have foundational RFID
knowledge, typically 6-24 months of experience in the RFID industry and performs the following tasks as part of his or her job: (Not required, but it
– Installation, configuration and maintenance of RFID hardware and device software
– Site surveys/Site analysis
– Tag selection, placement and testing
This examination blueprint includes test objectives and example content for the
RFID+ exam. Example topics and content are included to clarify the test objectives but are not
comprehensive listings for the content of this examination. This blueprint may undergo
additional minor modifications during the test development phase. I
think this means the Domains
include the information to be tested, but other information not listed in the
Domains may also be tested. My advice, concentrate on the defined domains
and you will be fine.
Response Limits: The examinee selects from four (4) or more response options, the
option(s) that best completes the statement or answers the question. Distractors or wrong answers are
response options that examinees with incomplete knowledge or skill would likely choose, but
are generally plausible responses fitting into the content area. Test item formats used in this examination are:
They are going to try and trick you with similar answers
or answers that are only partially right. Make sure your answers are 100%
Multiple choice: The examinee selects one option that best answers the question or completes
a statement. The option can be embedded in a graphic where the examinee “points and clicks”
on their selection choice to complete the test item.
Multiple response: The examinee selects more than one option that best answers the question
or completes a statement.
Drag and drop items: A drag and drop item is an item that requires the candidate to drag a
graphic or text box to a correct destination.
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||You passed, Congrats!
||Aw-ite, you know a little bit!
|| Nice! Put it on the resume!
|| Yes Sir, right away
Sir, or Mam!
|| People should bow before you!
|| American Idol !!!