C THR82_1411 SuccessFactors Performance and Goals Certification Exam – Unit 7 Overview and Practice Questions

This is a series of blog posts about the preparation for the SuccessFactors Performance and Goals Certification Exam for my exam preparation I attend the SuccessFactors Performance and Goals Academy. Each time I finish one unit in the Performance and Goals Academy course on the SAP Learning Hub https://training.sap.com/shop/learninghub I will share my practice questions.

Why these practice questions are so effective I have explained it in the first blog post of this series: C THR82_1411 SuccessFactors Performance and Goals Certification Exam – Unit 1 Overview and Practice Questions

The main focus in unit 7 was on the goal plan layout. The questions now refer to the new SAP Learning Course SAP SuccessFactors Peformance and Goals Academy  based on the THR82_EN_Col61 handbook

In total I have come up with 8 practice questions. In this post I will list all 8 questions below.

  1. What does it mean XML is generated from top to bottom?
  2. How can you set the width of the fields?
  3. Can the weights of fields add up above 100?
  4. What does a weigth of (0) zero means for column width?
  5. What happens if the other columns have weights greater than 0?
  6. Can you have more than one field in a column?
  7. What are the three steps to add new fields to the goal plan?
  8. When you add new fields to the XML will they display on the goal plan by default?

All of my 8 practice questions are also here: https://youtu.be/HS-xqg1fJ04

Further Reading:

Employee Central: I have created a set of 212 free practice questions – see my blog post: https://ppalme.wordpress.com/2015/09/02/the-sap-successfactors-employee-central-certified-application-associate-exam-how-i-passed-it-and-how-i-prepared-for-it/

SAP SuccessFactors Compensation Exam – How I Passed it

SuccessFactors Certification Exam and Delta Exam Preparation – Useful Resources

 

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