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Hi all,

Please share your experience with CBAP certification ? I am thinking to go for it as my current work is of BA. Do you think it will be a right decision to add CBAP in portfolio ?

Also, is there any discussion forum for CBAP studies/preps ?

Thanks in advance.

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Hi,

Of course, going for CBAP certification will be a good option. Though I am not really sure about the kind of experience that you have but I would like to tell you that to sit CBAP examination, you need to have 7500 hours of BA experience over the past 10 years and 900+ hours in at least 4 of the 6 core BABOK® Knowledge Areas. If you satisfy the eligibility criteria, you can go for CBAP training from a good institute which can help you a lot in understanding the concepts so that you'll be able to apply them in your work as well.

You can take part in IIBA discussion forums- then there are many more discussion forums on CBAP where people share their experiences and tips. If you are looking for CBAP training you can check Simplilearn website.

Hope this helps! Good Luck!
 
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