As per the new LSA 7.3, we need to first give Lead System Architect Readiness Exam. Every certification in pega comes with well define course where all the topics are discussed. But I am not able to see the same for this exam. There are some advanced courses available but none of then cover the entire certification blueprint.
Is there any plan to have a course which would take care of all the topics in this exam. Basically course which would outline the entire syllabus.
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There is no one course that covers all of the LSA Readiness exam topics. The LSA Readiness Exam tests knowledge learned in the listed Prerequisites, SSA Advanced Topics, Pega Help, PDN, and from project implementation real-life experience. We provide the LSA Readiness exam study guide to help pull the information together in one place. The LSA role tends to be very broad in scope, so there is one course that will be able to provide all of the information for the LSA Readiness exam.
Surely the same logic would apply to the full LSA certification in that case, which is the final obstacle in terms of reaching the goal of LSA. But it doesn't.
Was this exam added because it was considered that LSA candidates were not sufficiently prepared ?
Given the nature of Pega exams, it is reasonable that candidates get some idea of the type and style of the questions that will be asked. Not providing material seems likely to result in more candidates failing the exam at their initial attempt.
Of course there should be more material and sample exams.