Google AdWords Advance Search Exam Practice Test

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After writing Google AdWords fundamental exam you Need to Write Advance Search Exam or Advance Display Exam.

Advanced Search Exam covers intermediate-to-advanced best practices for managing AdWords Campaigns.

This Mock test is a Advance Search test Before Writing Main exam(Google Adwords Advance Search) you can Practice/write this test as Mock test/exam and try to score more percentage in Adwords Advance Search Exam

The AdWords Advance Search certification mock test covers the Advanced aspects of online advertising and campaign management, This Practice test also updated with Google AdWords 2013 syllabus

Google AdWords Advertising Advance Search Exam Basic Rules:
  • 120 minutes will be given to complete the Advanced Search exam
  • 99 questions will be Available in Advanced Search exam and once confirm the answer you cannot modify it in AdWords exam
  • 80% score should be needed for passing the Advanced Search exam
  • AdWords Advanced Search exam covers 9 lessons
  • Validity period of Advanced Search exam is of 12 months after 12 months you need to write Advanced Search exam again

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6 comments on “Google AdWords Advance Search Exam Practice Test”

  1. Mark Reply

    I got 80% until now, but seriously they are waaay too MAAANY ERRORS in your responses.
    Like this question:
    One factor the AdWords system uses to calculate an ad’s actual cost-per-click (CPC) is the:
    Your answer: location targeting of the ad showing one position lower on the page
    Actual correct answer : Ad Rank of the ad showing one position lower on the page

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