How do I schedule my AWS Certified SysOps Administrator – Associate exam?

To schedule the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator – Associate exam:


  1. Go to to create an AWS Certification Account. 
  2. Click on the following option: Sign-in with an existing Amazon account or create a new Amazon account
    • If you already have an Amazon account with your student email address, sign in using it.
    • If you do not have an Amazon account with your student email address, use your WGU e-mail to create a new account.
    • Note: It can take up to 24 hours for your exam registration to be passed from AWS to PSI. When this is done, you will be able to schedule your exam
  3. Go to
  4. Click on AWS Certification Account at the top right
  5. You may see a notice at the top saying Your demographics information is incomplete and must be filled out before continuing to use this site. If necessary, complete your demographics before proceeding.
  6. Got to
  7. Click on Schedule New Exam. You will be redirected to the PSI site
  8. Find the correct certification (AWS Certified SysOps Administrator – Associate) and click Schedule Exam
  9. Select Exam Language – English
  10. Enter the Country, Timezone, Postal Code, and Preferred month you would like to take the exam
  11. Click Search Exam Center
  12. Use the ∨ next to your chosen testing center to select a date and time
  13. Click Continue
  14. Confirm the schedule details and click Continue. Ensure you are registering for the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator – Associate.
  15. After confirmation, you will be directed to the payment screen
  16. In the Voucher/Discount Coupon field, enter voucher number you received and click Apply
  17. The balance should change to USD 0.00
  18. Agree to terms and conditions at bottom of the page, then click Pay Now
  19. Notify WGU of your scheduled date and time by emailing Assessment Services

If you have any questions, please contact Assessment Services.


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