Global Testing Days are just around the corner

On Thursday, November 5th, cPanel University will be kicking off it’s second ever Global Testing Days. What are Global Testing Days? Global Testing Days, or GTD as we like to call it, is a two-day event where anyone who has previously obtained their Level Two Certification from cPanel University can progress through the level 3 and 4 exams. Normally, Level 3 and up are only available with in-person cPanel proctoring. This means that unless you …

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On Thursday, November 5th, cPanel University will be kicking off it’s second ever Global Testing Days.

Global Testing Days, or GTD as we like to call it, is a two-day event where anyone who has previously obtained their Level Two Certification from cPanel University can progress through the level 3 and 4 exams. Normally, Level 3 and up are only available with in-person cPanel proctoring. This means that unless you come to our headquarters, visit us at the annual cPanel Conference, or have us visit your place of employment, only the Level 1 and Level 2 Certifications are available.

Global Testing Days gives everyone an opportunity to show their advanced cPanel skills to potential or current employers, or just brag to their friends about their cPanel experience and knowledge.

On Thursday, November 5th and Friday, November 6th, the virtual testing room doors will open, and you will be able to take part in Global Testing Days. The Level 3 and 4 exams are extremely challenging, but we’ve lowered the retry time from 24 hours to 3 hours, giving you time to try more than twice during Global Testing Days.

Will you be one of the few who make it to Level 4?

To register and take your Level 1 and Level 2 exams in preparation for GTD, visit http://university.cpanel.net

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