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Questions about the IBM 286 exam

 
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hello everyone
I'am currently studying for the IBM Exam 286, and I've taken
IBM own test exam at https://certify.torolab.ibm.com/ice/displayPage/en
with 61% as passing score.
I was wondering of how "real" the test exam is - Can I expect the same kind of questions in the real exam?
and the same difficulty ?
How many % do you have to score in the real exam to pass (it is 57% in the test exam 31/54 questions).
Thanks in advance
 
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65% as per IBM site. See http://www-1.ibm.com/certify/certs/adsdwssv5.shtml
Best wishes
 
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Hello Anders,
In my experience, the sample tests are very similar to the real thing.
Regards,
 
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hi guys
Please let me know resources for preparations to appear for this (IBM 286) test.
Thanks and Regards
Vikas Sharma
 
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