Salesforce Certified Pardot Specialist Practice Exam


Ace your Salesforce Certified Pardot Specialist exam by using this practice exam to test your Pardot knowledge. This practice test contains 50 multiple choice questions and covers most of the topics on the Salesforce Certified Pardot Specialist exam, including administration, scoring, lead management, engagement programs and integrations.

Note: These are the types of questions to expect on the certification exam and they cover the topics outlined in the official study guide, but these aren’t the exact questions you will see on the exam. I highly recommend a combination of on-the-job experience, and self-study to maximize your chances of passing the exam.

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9 comment(s)
  • Somya Srivastava

    30/05/2019 at 6:17 am

    In of the questions above, In effort to clean your database, you deleted inactive prospects from your Pardot database. What will happen if one of the deleted prospects fills out a form to download an eBook? I got confused with the language of the option below: The deleted prospect will be removed from the recycling bin I knew that the prospects get undeleted from the recycle bin, once they do some activity. But from the above option, by the phrase "removed from the recycle bin", I got that it will be deleted permanently. Is this form of language used to give it a tricky side of the question?

  • Albert

    25/01/2019 at 4:39 am

    Pausing a Program When you pause an engagement program, you keep prospects in the same place. For example, if you pause a program while a prospect is on step A, the prospect remains on step A until you  restart the program. The same is true for wait periods. If you pause a program when a prospect is on day 3 of a step with a wait of 5 days defined, the prospect will still be on day 3 of 5 when you restart it, as if no time has elapsed. Again, remember to use the Test function to check program timing before you start your program. Testing gives you an estimate of the time it will take a prospect to flow through your engagement program based on their actions and decisions.

  • Sven Vanhaeren

    16/01/2019 at 7:13 am

    Where can you get insight into how a form on a Pardot landing page is performing? => I think the answer should be B (Form Report), I can't find any information about the form on the Landing Page Report?

    • Jenna Molby
      to Sven Vanhaeren

      28/01/2019 at 10:48 am

      Hi Sven, Here is the link to more information on Landing Page Reports:

    • Fay Cadman
      to Sven Vanhaeren

      06/08/2019 at 6:28 am

      Thank you for this, it is really useful! Just a quick one on the following question: "If a prospect’s first touch is a Pardot landing page with a form and the landing page and form are tagged with different campaigns, which campaign will the prospect be tagged with?" It says the answer is the form's campaign but when I tested this for myself it was tagged with the landing page's campaign. Any guidance would be appreciated.

  • Fournier

    09/01/2018 at 9:47 pm

    i think this question anwser is A prospect is on day one of a four-day wait step and the program is paused for five days. Once the program is restarted where will the prospect be in the wait step? The prospect will skip the wait step and automatically move to the next step in the program.

    • Jenna Molby
      to Fournier

      10/01/2018 at 9:38 am

      This is definitely a tricky question. According to the documentation ( If a prospect is on day one of a four-day wait in a step, and the program is paused for five days. Once the program is restarted, the prospect will finish the remaining three days of the wait before moving to the next step.

    • Jarin
      to Jenna Molby

      26/01/2018 at 12:55 pm

      I thought what Fournier said was true, too, and looking at the documentation, Pardot must have changed this in recent months. It used to be that the wait steps continued while the program was paused.

    • Dhananjay Patil
      to Fournier

      11/04/2019 at 11:07 pm

      Skipping Step on wait is only for activity like send email on particular scheduled date and prospect is reaching to step after the scheduled send.

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