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Passed 141 with 87%

 
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Hi All,
I passed IBM 141 Exam with 87%.
I would post more one guide lines and experiances later.
Note : Passing Score was 58% (India -Hyderabad).
Thank you very much Ranchers!
Samba
[ October 07, 2002: Message edited by: Samba Siva Rao Potla ]
 
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Congrats Samba,
You matched my score.
 
Samba Siva Rao Potla
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I felt that exam was very easy.
Got surprised by seeing the score as I got 79% in the Mock Exam on Sunday.
I could finish the first round of answering in one hour 10 mins then reviewed two times.
Tones of scenario questions, you can easily answer by eliminating wrong options and choosing appropriate ones.
This forum helped me a lot. Follow all the questions posted here.
I Used Prof XML, XML Schema (ppt and primer) for preparation. Gone thru some specs ( XSLT, XPointer, Xlink).
Here are some of the concepts from which I got the questions:
Schema - Using List, Enumeration,Union , xsd:list concepts, include vs import

XSLT - Using document, number functions , Role of XPath in XSLT ( in which elements), parm vs variable
Schema vs. DTD (one question)
DTD - conditional sections
XSL-FO block level elements

DOM vs. SAX (Four questions)
SAX - Getting Attributes

DOM - Document interface - factory methods (createElement etc)
XLink - scenario question
SOAP - one very basic question
Web Services - one scenario question
No question on Security, Signature, UDDI

Four questions from Mock exams (140 & New)

Hi Already certified guys,
Can you please help me in finding the information about IBM XML Certified Developers in IBM site?
And also I would like to know how IBM would calculate this 87% in spreading for each objective (Architecture, Information Modeling etc).
I am not able to understand my score card it says 0% for Architecture objective.
Regards,
Samba
 
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Congratulations. That was a really good score.
 
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Really good score. Congrats!!
 
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Congrats, It indeed is wonderful. Can you double check, is passing score 58 or 50. Well, as per the IBM Website, passing score should have been 50
 
Samba Siva Rao Potla
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Yes!,
My score card contains:
Passing score: 58%
Your Score : 87%
Grade : Pass
And
Section % of Test Your Score
Architecture 18% 0%
Information Model 27% 90%
XMl Processing 33% 86%
XML Rendering 11% 88%
Testing and Tuning 11% 66%
Please help me how to find out why it says 0% for Architecture.
 
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Usually, 0% means that you didn't answer correct any of the question(s) in that section (Architecture, in your case).
 
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But you still did a great job!!! Congratulations!!!
87% is remarkable score for this exam!
 
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Congrats Samba,
That is an excellent score! That should inspire all the participants on this forum
 
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Congratulations! Great Score
 
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Congratulations for the great score.I am not sure about the names of the certified candidates on the IBM site.I had noticed a link in one of Ajith's post,however it is no longer available.
 
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Congrats! Good luck in pursuing your next certification.
 
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Good job Samba
 
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Congrats Samba!
Rakesh.
IBM Certified Dev. in XML and Related Technologies
 
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Dear Samba
did u buy the xml schema book by wrox. the book is not yet released in indian reprint. so it is quite costly. (around 2k). is there any other book that can be read instead of the wrox xml schema?
2ndly if the book is a must have(as i see in the xmlfaq) and if u still have the xml schema. i would love to buy it from u if u want to sell.
best regards.
sridhar
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aspirant for xml 141 certification
[ October 31, 2002: Message edited by: Sridhar Kilambi ]
 
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Congrats Samba!
Scott
 
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Hi Sridhar,
I guess the XMl Schema online PPTs and W3c's Primer would be enough for Exam preparation.
Regsrds,
Samba
 
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