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OCUP Certification

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I am planning on taking the OCUP Fundamental Exam. I went thru a lot of resources on the web about the subject and I was able to get a bunch of sample Question Papers on UML - although they were pertaining to the IBM OOAD Cert, they were very useful.
But there is one thing that I am not able to comprehend (and I think most of the OCUP test takers would agree with me).

How Fundamental is Fundamental? (in the OCUP)
There are lot of questions in the Larman's Test that I downloaded which, I would no way, call fundamental.

Can anyone here publish about 4-5 questions of what the OCUP Fundamental Exam would probably have? It would be an enormous help rendered to people like me.
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