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Passed 000-141 today

 
Darry Yiu
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I just passed the test with a score of 77%.
 
pardha saradhi74
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Hi Congrats
Even I am planning to appear for XML exam can u plase help me how to start preparation?
I mean what books and topics I have to prepare?
Thanking you in advance
Saradhi
 
Luciano Queiroz
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Could you discuss with us the questions present in the exam? What are the most important topics in your opinion? What kind of questions were covered, things like that.
What were your biggest difficulties?
Comment the exam with us, please.
Thanks!
 
Tong Chen
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Well done!! Congratulations!!
Can you share your study experiences with us? Thanks.
 
Darry Yiu
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I did not but any book in preparing the exam. However I use a lot of resource from the net to prepare for it.
1. JavaRanch
2. www.xfront.com
3. sample chapters and notes from Elliotte Rusty Harold (http://www.cafeconleche.org/)
4. www.zvon.org
5. www.ibm.com/developer
6. Practise using Xalan and Xerces from xml.apache.org
I did not use xml@whiz for preparing the exam.
There was quite a lot of conceptual questions on DOM(difficult because I did not expect these). Some synatx question on Schema(not difficult). 1 question on XML security (difficult). Some questions on design(difficult)
Just before I got my exam. result, my expectation is 85% or more but I only got 77%.
 
Tong Chen
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Thank you Darry Yiu for your sharing your experience with us!
This is amazing. You did not use any books recommended by IBM?
 
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