Edit: July 2012 – new GAIQ Test released by Google
I have passed my Google Analytics Individual Qualification (IQ) test on 31 December 2009. It has been on my to-do list since it was announced earlier this year. Happy that I’ve been able to check that out of my to-do for the new coming year, with a respectable score of 91%.
The Google Analytics Individual Qualification is a proof of proficiency in Google Analytics that is available to any individual who has passed the Google Analytics IQ test.
The difference between the Google Analytics IQ and Qualified Company is a bit fuzzy. The Certification isn’t easy, you better be ready even if the Conversion University videos seems very straight forward. Still it’s a way less arduous process than companies goes through for the Google Analytics Consultant. DJ Kennedy has some suggestion to help circumvent this Google Analytics program issue.
Tips for the Google Analytics IQ Certification Exam
Have another browser window opened with these resources that you’ll need during the Exam. As you have 90 minutes (can be paused) to answer the 70 questions get ready with the Google Analytics IQ Lessons videos.
Finally you need to score at least 75%. Edit February 2010: Google raised the bar to 80% which is a good news overall.
Other Google Analytics resources
- Avinash Kaushik with his Web Analytics an hour a day and his new book Web Analytics 2.0
- The Web Analytics Association leads, unites and fosters the interests of industry practitioners, vendors, consultants
- For WordPress site owner, the Google Analyticator plugin supports event tracking with outbound links and more advanced tracking code Google provides.
- You can also follow @GoogleAnalytics and myself @sammyQc