That's the exam code used for students taking their training through a VMAP - an academic training partner.
No idea what the PSE part stands for though.
You can read much more about the PSE exam process here: http://e5.onthehub.com/WebStore/OfferingDetails.aspx?o=46ac49b7-20a2-e211-88b7-f04da23e67f4&ws=13b0a...
I also work for a VMware partner and we also have to pay full price.
Sometimes VMware offers short time discounts to everyone, not just partners.
But these are typically limited to emerging markets.
I tried link but as I am not student at "California State University, Bakersfield - Computer Science" so I don't have an account with them, which is required to get discount voucher.
PSE stands for 'Professional Services Engineering' which is part of 'VMware Global Technology Solutions'.
This exam code is used for students taking their training through an academic training partner.
I don't think those 2 sentences are related.
Yes, PSE internally within VMware is Professional Services Engineering, but what that has to do with the exam for academic students I'm not sure...
VMware employees using the forum have a VM icon under their photo/avatar, such as the one you'll see for myself.
In the 5th point you mentioned apply 70% discount code, but how to get discount code after completition of training from VMware IT acdemy???
In the context of the exam itself, what is the difference between 2V0-621 and 2V0-621PSE?
Are there different number of questions or different questions?
Thanks in advance.