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test 285 (IBM Certified Associate Developer) mock exam

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Here is a word format mock type exam for test 285, IBM Certified Associate Developer.

I basically took this post

... and formatted it and converted it into a much better format for printing and test taking. Before you would see which answer is correct, atleast this way you can answer the question with a notecard covering the answer.

I cant say how valid the questions are but considering the vast lack of mock resources for 285, this is better than nothing.

heres the link

sean gildea
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Hi Sean,

I am also thinking to take the test. Can u please give some guidelines as to how hard is the exam, what materials you used etc etc... Also I have 256 mb on my laptop, Is it ok to work for and learn Websphere studio 5. Since you have worked on it, Please give me some pointers on this. It will be difficult for me upgrade immediately.

Thanks a lot
- Kits
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You'll need more memory.

Minimums here:
Yes, of course, and I accept that blame. In fact, i covet that blame. As does this tiny ad:
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