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What is the best approach to this Certification?

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Hi All,

Going around the web there is an infinite amount of the information in regard to the material to study for TOGAF certification:

1)Video on youtube of a plent of autors;
2)Official guide
3)Not official guide

Compared to OCMJEA I am in difficult since in that case it was clear that the best way to pass that exam was to study a particular book. For these reason I am here to ask help to you to know what is the better way to try to take this exam and save time.
From the forum I have found someone of you that he advised to use the non Ufficial guide of Kevin Lindley.
What is your thought in regard to this?

Thanks in advance,
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I have been reading through the first couple of chapters from the TOGAF official study guide. It seems to me that we have to Memoire a lot of definitions in order for us to be able to answer the questions. I hate this kind of learning but I would like to really see if TOGAF helps or enables in streamlining our architectures.

I'm reading through the Pocket Guide that I got together when I purchased the official documentation from TOGAF. Alternatively, you could also take a look at the following course. It is way cheaper!

Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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