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IBM 286 Recommendations

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I always hate seeing these types of questions on JavaRanch, but here goes: anybody have any good book/resource recommendations for studying for the IBM 286 exam? It sounds like alot/most people just go through the RedBook - so if that's just the case, you can tell me.
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I passed this exam a month ago with 80%. I haven't much experince with Studio, so I read quickly sg24-6555-01 IBM WebSphere Application Server - Express V5.0.2 Developer Handbook and some internet sources about profiling. But I think better choice would be SG24-6957-00 WebSphere Studio Application Developer Version 5 Programming Guide - it seems more complex, more practical (imho). Most useful ones - https://coderanch.com/t/144265/po/certification/ICE-Test-solved and https://coderanch.com/t/144319/po/certification/Does-anyone-solved-ICE-Test
I was afraid but now I have to say that it's very easy exam! (so 80% isn't good result). There are unpleasant questions - "where do you find ...?" or "which button ...?"
Good Luck!
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