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141 Sample test

 
jim yin
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I just tried old 141 sample, its much tougher than any mock out there. I am not sure if it is tougher than the new sample. If the real test is tougher than this sample test, then chances for me to crack it are very slim after two month prep.
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Samir Shah
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Jim,
I would say the actual exam is very similar to the new sample test. I had scored 90% on new sample test (that had 30% of questions from old sample exam) and got 87% on actual exam (not many question from old mock exam but definately 10-15% very similar questions from new sample exam). Go for it. You'll surely do well. Best of luck.
 
jim yin
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Originally posted by Samir Shah:
Jim,
I would say the actual exam is very similar to the new sample test. I had scored 90% on new sample test (that had 30% of questions from old sample exam) and got 87% on actual exam (not many question from old mock exam but definately 10-15% very similar questions from new sample exam). Go for it. You'll surely do well. Best of luck.

Thanks, Samir for encouragement. I think the old sample covers every ground and some questions are beyond my understanding. Most questions are very tricky, and the reading is very intensive---this gives you very little time to think these questions over. I will try the new to see if I will be doing ok.
 
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Jim,
I think that we should be in a position to score atleast 80% in any mock exam we take, just to be absolutely certain. If time (before which you need to take the exam) is not a barrier for you, i think its safe to attain the above-mentioned state and then take the final exam. I'm still not there and hence doing some more preparation. I wish you all the best.
Regards,
Jayadev.
 
jim yin
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Thanks, Javadev:
You are absolutely right. I believe I need more time to be certain. I have no problem with time, but I think IMB's questions are sometimes excessively long, this gives us no time to review.
Its like testing our reading speed and knowledge at the same time, not necessary.
In order to get there, we have to spend lots of time in DOM, WSDL, UDDI, XSL-FO. I wish you the best too.
 
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