Do you want to gauge your readiness for the SAS Base exam?

Do you want to take a test that was developed with the actual Base SAS Certification questions in mind?

In fact, in late 2019, we wrote (took) the SAS Base exam ourselves to see how the exam had changed from previous versions. We then developed our own data-sets and questions with the actual certification exam in mind.

So, if your goal is to:
  • Familiarize yourself with, understand, and work with the base sas certification questions found on the actual examination (SAS Certified Specialist: Base Programming Using SAS 9.4)


  • Obtain a realistic gauge of your readiness to take the sas base certification exam

You should Enroll!

The test course has two portions, with 20 questions in each portion.

The first section is performance-based. This means that you will get a data-set to work with, you will need to write and execute SAS code, to be able to answer the multiple choice question.

The second section is all multiple choice knowledge questions.

Please ensure that you have a software solution to answer the performance-based aspect of the test.

If you need help with installing, registering, uploading data-sets, you can find that here:

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?

The course has no start-dates or end-dates. You start when you want, take breaks when you want, and can complete the course when you are able to.

How long do I have access to the course?

When you buy this course, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.

What if I am unhappy with the course?

Unfortunately since this is an exam course, there are no refunds.

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Ermin Dedic

I'm passionate about statistics, data science, object oriented programming and psychology/mental health. I've developed an expertise in SAS Programming and Statistics through my schooling and self-study. I'm also self-taught in object oriented programming.

I'm a former Graduate student in Educational Psychology. Two years into the Graduate Program, I decided to withdraw voluntarily. I learned that the traditional academic environment and clinical environment was not the proper avenue to enact wide-scale change.

Teaching has been a passion for a long time. I created my first online video course in 2016 (a Statistics course). It was a pure passion project. As a result of getting great feedback, I kept going! I teach SAS, stats, and psychology courses currently but I am also always learning. I enjoy receiving messages from students who have passed exams, obtained interviews, or gained employment, from taking one of my courses.