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IBM Exam 256

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Dear Friends,
I am planning to take the IBM Exam 256(Application Development with IBM Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software V6.0).
I have working experience on RAD. I took the Pre-Assessment test for 256. I got 49%. I am little bit confused, I thought this test is assessment of my current skill level and I have to take one more test for Readiness for the exam. i.e. after going through the materials and preparing for the exam. I took this test without any preparation, as I thought this test was to assess my current skill level.

Can anyone please tell me, whether the actual test will be in the same level of difficulty as the sample test or will it be tougher?
Also, please let me know the study materials for this exam available on web, like books, mock tests, study notes etc.

Anand Kumar
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