Overall Score: 98%
Topic Level Scoring:
1.0 AWS Fundamentals: 100%
2.0 Designing and Developing: 100%
3.0 Deployment and Security: 93%
4.0 Debugging: 100%
Here are some tips and pointers that might be of some help to you guys :
Go through the course video's at least twice (once before the exam)
Read FAQ from S3,EC2,DyanamoDB,SQS,SNS at least.
Whizlabs Practice test which was another game changer.
Exam break down:
S3 - 15 Questions.
CORS, Static Hosting, S3 Encryption Header, S3 Performance optimisation(Mostly on adding uniqueness before the key),Bucket policy and ACL (basically how to restrict),Limits (like total bucket )
DynamoDB (10 Questions)-
Basic questions about Hash and range key ,Throughput error (like if not Table then what is the cause) , Onw question on write throughput calculation
EC2 (5 Question)-
Basic API like DescribeImages,AMI related(example EC2 can be launched from the same region where AMI is stored) and Root Device Encryption .
SQS -(6-7 Questions)
Basic SQS functionality, Protocols used and ,Long Polling ,Max Visibility timeout scenario Questions
SNS (4-5 Questions)
Basic Functionality ,Do check the Format of the SNS Notification and Field used in (JSON ),Fanout concept
Basic Functionality Scenario Based(like what all the functionally used by SWF)
VPC (5 Questions)
All scenario based 2-3 lines revolving around assigning Elastic address or public address to access the instance and NAT in subnet, Cover Ryan's Video that should suffice.
Rest 5-7 Questions on AWS SDK ,Default region (us-east-1) and Elastic Beanstalk Platforms and Elastic Cache to avoid the session state problem and one Serverless (regarding the Lambda)
Best of luck and Feel free to ask if you have doubt !!