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Passed with 78%

 
Umakanth Godavarthy
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Hi Friends,
I've taken the test today and passed with 78% (43/55). Though I was preparing since 2 months (effectively 6 weeks) but could not score much because of the ambiguity in questions as well as answer options.
Anyways, no regrets now.
I thank all the members of this forum for their support in providing the information.
All the best !!!
regards,
Umakanth.
SCJP, IBM XML Certified.
 
Anand Ko
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Congrats...
I think u can help me. Even I want to take IBM XML certification, since I have got free voucher for attending some conference recently. I have almost 3months of time & sideways I am handling SCJP1.4. Yet to take the dates.
U can guide me in getting through IBM XML Certification. Please help in knowing which books to refer & materials were i can find.
I would like to be in touch with you, since i was looking for people who took the test recently.
U can send me mail also : anand_koppal@yahoo.com
 
Umakanth Godavarthy
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Hi Anand,
Thanks, its nice that you got the vouchers for free, I had to shell out 3000Rs for that, I envy u
For guidance I think this forum is the best knowledge resource. you need not bother about the topics like Digital signatures, Encryption, testing and tuning, single pass or multiple pass transformations, atleast i didn't get any questions on that, even if u get i think if u've some programming bkgrnd u can handle it (i came across few in some mock exams). Just stick to Professional XML 2nd edition, u can clear the exam.
some useful links on digital signatures and encryption:
http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/xml/library/x-encrypt/
http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/library/x-encrypt2/
http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2001/08/08/xmldsig.html
on regular expressions:
http://www.perldoc.com/perl5.8.0/pod/perlrequick.html (I got atleast 3-4 questions on regular expressions)
But to gain knowledge and enjoy the preperation refer to XML recomendations.
All the best.
regards,
Umakanth.
 
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