Passing Score: 65%
The Pega Certified Lead System Architect (PCLSA) certification program is intended for Pega Certified Senior System Architects (PCSSAs) with at least 12+ months of field experience. The Pega Architecture exam is the first exam in the PCLSA certification process.
The LSA Pega Architecture Version 8 exam focuses on design and architecture of Pega applications. The LSA role is broad in scope: The exam covers material throughout the entire SA, SSA, advanced topics, & LSA course curriculum. The exam includes scenario questions, multiple choice questions and drag/drop items. If multiple answers are required, the text states how many answers are needed. PCLSA certification requires passing the Pega Architecture Exam and an Application design/build. Pega Senior Certified System Architect (P/CSSA) certification in any version is required to start the PCLSA certification program.
Exam Code: PEGAPCLSA80V1_2020
Retirement Date: April 30, 2021
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Before you begin…
The Pega LSA Architecture Exam exam is proctored by Pearson VUE.
Users must create a Pearson VUE account if you do not already have one and register for the exam through the Pearson VUE site.
There are two exam delivery options:
- Take an exam at a test center, or
- Take an exam via Online Proctored delivery
(e.g., in a quiet, uninterrupted room in your home or office, proctored via webcam).