I believe printing screenshots will be your best method. The allotted time to take the test starts when the test becomes "visible" and there is no formal "print" option. If you do print the copies, keep in mind that you should not share them with anyone else.
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You could take screenshots and print them out (but as Jeff mentioned, please do not share them), but this will add quite a bit of time to the test.
The last time I took the test, I took screenshots of each screen so that I could better instruct my students on what to expect on the test. (I did not share any details with the students, it was mostly for the benefit of my memory.) Doing so added about 30 minutes to my test time, but I was not having to print out or retrieve the paper. There are about 40 separate images that you would need to print, so this may add quite a bit of time to your test depending on your printer's speed.
Thank you for your help! I have a better understanding of the test format and how I should tackle it now!
You may print this one but IMO you may not want to do that for all the SW certification exams. Better use and adapt yourself to 2 monitors.
When I did all my exams, I never had 2 monitor setup nor I printed them.
As others have mentioned the downside will be the loss of time needed to print everything out. When you are in the tester interface and looking at an image there are some pan and zoom tools available when your cursor is hovering over the image. The following screen shot shows where those tools will appear:
Good luck on the exam!
I'm the kind of guy who likes to have physical copies of the part views when I'm working in SolidWorks. I do have a dual-monitor rig, but it's kinda not the same.
I figured that I could just take screenshots and print those, but it's slightly more time consuming. Is there an option to print out the exam while taking it in the tester? Or am I going to be limited to scrolling between the part-views?