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Passed with 83%

 
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I passed with 83% which was better than what I had expected!!!
I used proffessional xml, whiz labs simulator and tutorials at www.xfront.com and other mock exams.
The actual exam was bit easier than I had expected.
whiz labs was useful but has lot of errors. (atleast 3-5 wrong questions (that I know of) in each exam!! ). Also their online system has lots of problems. I think the will be better off if they give a offline version.
I cant exactly tell how much time it took as I prepared on and off for a long time...my last stint was abt 1 1/2 weeks.
 
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Good job Madhan, how about your previous XML experience?
 
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Congrats
 
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I have been working with xml for more than a year...
oh forgot the mention the most valuable resource I used : javaranch forum ofcourse. thanks for all you guys!!!
I have been planning to take the exam for abt 2 years..and did it finally..!!!
[ August 19, 2003: Message edited by: Madhan Ramalingam ]
 
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congratulations to you!
 
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