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How does it all work?

Symfony certification includes a series of 75 questions divided into 16 categories. The exam covers Symfony 2.3 LTS and each candidate has 90 minutes to answer all questions.

Entirely in English, the exam is in multiple choice format and taken on in-house computers in one of the 4,000 Pearson Vue test centers across 5 continents.

Immediately following your test, you will know if you passed and which level, advanced or expert, you achieved.

If you fail, you can re-apply to take the exam again up to two times every calendar year.

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The 16 themes are the following :

  • PHP
    • Object Oriented Programming
    • Namespaces
    • Interfaces
    • Anonymous functions and closures
    • Abstract classes
  • HTTP
    • Client / Server interaction
    • HTTP request
    • HTTP response
    • Status codes
  • Symfony2 Architecture
    • Standard edition of Symfony2
    • Composants
    • Bundles
    • Bridges
    • Configuration
    • Code organisation
    • Request handling
  • Standardisation
    • Naming conventions
    • Coding standards
    • Integration of third-party libraries
    • Composer packages handling
    • Development best practices
    • Overload the framework
  • The bundles
    • Naming conventions
    • Code organisation
    • The controllers
    • The views
    • The ressources
  • The controllers
    • Naming conventions
    • Get the request
    • Generate the response
    • The cookies
    • The session
    • Session flashbag
    • Redirects
    • Internal redirects
    • Generate 404 pages
  • The Routing
    • Configuration (YAML / XML / PHP & annotations)
    • Restrict URL parameters
    • Set default values to URL parameters
    • Generate URL parameters
    • Trigger redirections
  • Templating with Twig
    • Auto escape
    • Template inheritance
    • Global functions
    • Filters
    • Template includes
    • Control statements (loops and conditions)
    • Urls generation
    • Call a controller from a view
    • Translations
  • Forms
    • Create forms
    • Handling forms
    • Form types
    • Render forms with Twig
    • Forms security (CSRF)
  • Validation
    • Validate a PHP object
    • Native validation rules
    • Validation scopes
    • Validation groups
  • Dependency Injection
    • The Service container
    • Global configuration parameters
    • Symfony2 services
    • Register new services
    • Tags
    • Semantic configuration
  • Security
    • Authentication
    • Authorization
    • Configuration
    • Providers
    • Firewalls
    • Users
    • Encoders
    • Roles
    • Access Control Rules
  • HTTP Cache
    • Cache types (browser, proxies and reverse proxies)
    • Expiration (Expires, Cache-control)
    • Validation (ETag, Last-Modified)
    • Client cache
    • Server cache
    • Edge Side Includes
  • The command line
    • Symfony2 commands
    • Custom commands
    • Configuration
    • Options and arguments
    • Read the entry and write the output
  • Automated tests
    • Unit tests with PHPUnit
    • Functional tests
    • The Client object
    • The Crawler object
    • The Profile object
    • Access framework objects
    • Configure the client
    • Introspect the request and response
  • Miscellaneous
    • Error handling
    • Debug the code