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IBM Sample EXAM

 
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Hi all,
I'm new to the forum and am so glad I found such a valuable resource.
What I was wondering is, I'm hoping to take the IBM XML 141 test within the next week or two, however I want to ensure I've prepared enough and have covered all the bases.
So, I took and passed the IBM test with flying colours, I understand the answers to each question (i.e. I'm not memorizing the questions, I've only taken the test twice) and I understand that other mock exams for this test are not worth the money.
Is there any other way I can assume I'm ready for the test? Should having a good score on the sample test be enough? Are the questions from the sample exam of a similar difficulty, i.e. Schema questions etc. as the real test?
Thanks in advance... I'm a Canadian so failing these tests hurts the wallet a tad bit more
Dave
 
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Dave,
I had a very similar question as yours posted on
August 27, 2002 03:47 PM (please check out the posts under my name Jayadev Pulaparty ) I got one reply for that; May be that info helps you.
As i heard of it, people say that the real test is much more(how much more ?? no idea) difficult than the sample one.
 
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