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IBM 486 ..qs on study material

 
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Hello,
I am preparing for IBM 486 exam . I would like to know about the following points.

1. To prepare for the exams do I have to read all the 38 chapters from the BOOK: Applying UML and Patterns: An Introduction to Object-Oriented Analysis and Design and the Unified Process, Second Edition
by Craig Larman

2. Do I have to go through all the chapters of Martin Fowler's book as well.

Pls let me know about this.

Thanks,
Steve
 
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1. I think I only read the first 10 chapters, give or take a few.

2. Pretty much all of it is fair game on the test, aside from maybe a couple of the shorter chapters that cover artifacts not on the exam. It's a small book though.
 
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