|Materials allowed||None||This is a ‘closed book’ exam. The ITIL 4: Sustainability in Digital & IT publication should be used for study, but are NOT permitted to be used in the exam.|
|Exam duration||60 minutes||Candidates taking the exam in a language that is not their native or working language are allowed 25% extra time, i.e. 75 minutes in total.|
|Number of marks||35 marks||There are 35 questions, each worth 1 mark. There is no negative marking.|
|Pass mark||23 marks||Candidates need to get 23 questions correct (65%) to pass the exam.|
|Level of thinking||Bloom’s levels 2 &3||“Bloom’s level” describes the type of thinking needed to answer the question. For Bloom’s 2 questions, candidates need to show understanding of the concepts, methods and principles of sustainability. For Bloom’s 3 questions, candidates need to demonstrate application of these concepts, methods and principles of Sustainability.|
|Question types||Standard classic, Negative, & List||The questions are all ‘multiple choice’.
For the ‘standard classic’ questions, candidates have a question and four answer options.
‘Negative’ questions are ‘standard’ question in which the stem is negatively worded.
For the ‘list’ questions, there is a list of four statements and candidates have to select two correct statements from the list.