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IBM 141 Mock Exam . . .

 
Shashank Tanksali
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One of the best things about preparing for SCJP2 was an abundance of mock exams. Unfortunately, there are hardly any mock exams for IBM 141.
Since I benefitted immensely from the forum during my preparation for IBM 141, I have decided to contribute my bit to the forum.
I have written a mock (currently with only 25 questions) for IBM 141.

You can get the mock here
One important thing to note is that none of the questions from the actual exam are in this mock. Others who are already certified can verify this.
If anybody feels that any question is close to a question on the real exam, then please mail me at tanksali@hotmail.com with the question number and I will replace the question with another one.
If the board members find it helpful in the preparation for IBM 141, then I will add more test questions/tests when I get the time.
Hope this helps . . .
Shashank
 
lydia westland
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thank you.
 
lanling wong
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Thank you.
 
Karthik Guru
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Hi Shashank,
This is regarding the coverage of DOM in the exam.
Am running through the xerces org.w3c.***
packages.
I have xml in a nutshell which has a nice DOM reference in the end.
r these enough to cover DOM related questions in the exam?
Can you point out any specific stuff that i need to concentrate on?
Hopefully i don't need to remeber the method name s in each of the interfaces right?
Just having a knowledge of them is enough?.
for eg: CharacterData interface has methods to do string manipulation of text data.
stuff liek that
thanks a lot!
 
Shashank Tanksali
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Hi Karthik,
I would recommend that you refer to the w3c site also and not rely only on the XML in a nutshell book. The reason being that XML in a nutshell does not cover anything about the Events specification or the Tree traversal mechanisms.
Also I would recommend that you read the api, at least the main ones in sufficient detail.
For example, read the api documentation for the Node interface in detail, because the documentation that you read will apply to almost all the DOM node classes.
Also know the method names for adding/removing an event listener etc.
Know in what situation DOM is a better choice as compared to SAX and vice versa.
In my case, I used the XML in a nutshell reference at the end to revise rather than as the main study material.
Good luck with your exam !!!
Regards,
Shashank
 
Karthik Guru
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thanx Shashank!
today i borrowed java & XML from my colleague and
found good examples on DOM2.0 traversals,event handling.
 
Razvan MIHAIU
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Hi Shashank,



The link that you supplied:

http://members.tripod.com/certworld/ibm/141/test1.html


is invalid. Please provide a valid link.
 
Praveena Venigalla
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Shashank,
The link you have provided is not valid.Please provide us the correct one.

Thanks,
Praveena
 
Sandy Singh
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http://www.javaranch.com/xml/shashank/IBM141Mock.html

Thanks,
Sandeep
 
Praveena Venigalla
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Thanks for the Link it is very useful.

Have a Nice day,
Praveena
 
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