How can I find out my SAP Global Certification exam score? Will I receive printable evidence that I passed or not?

You will be notified of your score online immediately after finishing your exam. After you pass an exam, an SAP Global Certification digital badge will be sent to you via email. Unlike PDF e-certificates, your digital badge can easily be shared through your social networks. The badge also provides real-time verification that your certification is valid.

I have completed an SAP Global Certification exam, but have not received my certificate.

If you passed a certification exam after January 2017 and did not receive an email to claim your digital badge within a week:

• Create a support ticket (service category: digital badge) in the User Support Center.

You can also print your certificate in the Credly platform (see the following page for details), and after you claim your digital badge (details can be found here).

If you only need a record that you passed a certification, check the certification records listed in your SAP Learning Hub Profile (Training > Certification). Use the same email address under which the certifications are maintained when you log in to your profile on SAP Learning Hub.

If you have questions about certification records listed in the My Profile area of SAP Learning Hub, create a ticket (service category: Learning Hub) in the User Support Center.

If I don’t pass a SAP Global Certification exam the first time, how frequently can I take it?

You can take a Certification exam up to three (3) times. If you do not pass an exam after three (3) attempts, you will need to re-register for the next release of the exam. If you do not pass the next release after three (3) attempts, you will not be able to retake the exam until the next edition is released, normally within 1 year.

Do current SAP Global Certifications retain their validity?

SAP generally requires valid, current certifications for the two most recent release levels of a particular solution, but this can vary for some solutions. You can find a list of current certification requirements here.