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New XML certification aspirant

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Hello All
I am Radha new to this group.I am planning to take XML certification exam.I have little knowledge about XML.As of now i am reading Professional XML book.
I request you all who passed the exam and who are preparing for the exam to share your learnings and give me some inputs on the exam.
I had gone through the list and got an idea.
If anybodu has anykind of material prepared fror the exam please share with me.
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You can find links to many materials and practice tests if you patiently browse through the posts in this forum. It should give an idea on how we have to prepare for the exam.
The following post might help you...
Skonnards XML quick Reference is also good book, but if you are a beginner, first see w3schools.com.
Professional XML 2nd ed. is good but is huge according to me. So, no comments on that.
Hope this helps in someway..
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Just spare few minutes by browsing this forum,you get lot of information for you . Lot of similor kind of questions asked by new people and lot many answers are there
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