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IBM 287 and 484

 
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hi Howard
I have taken the IBM sample exams for both 287 and 484. I have seen that the general J2EE questions in the 287 exam are very similar to the questions in 484. Will your book help me in preparing for 484 ? Or does the book contain only the product specific details ?
Thanks in advance
Sindhu
 
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Originally posted by Sindhu Richard:
hi Howard
I have taken the IBM sample exams for both 287 and 484. I have seen that the general J2EE questions in the 287 exam are very similar to the questions in 484. Will your book help me in preparing for 484 ? Or does the book contain only the product specific details ?
Thanks in advance
Sindhu


Hello Sindhu,
Having taken both tests I can tell you that there is significant overlap. However, as you are no doubt aware, there are differences. That said, I would tend to agree that my book will be of some help for the 484 test as well, despite the fact that it was written specifically to the 287 test objectives. Hope that helps.
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