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rathorev
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Cleared Exam on Sunday ...

Hi All,

I cleared the test yesterday with 72% marks. I am a silent member of this forum. I would like to thank every member of this forum for their help and motivation.
I followed the same steps provided by most of the members to clear the exam.
My next goal is IBM 141 by next month.

I observed mainly two forums on regular basis
http://forums.objectsbydesign.com/
and
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/OOAD_UML/

And I think
http://www.objectsbydesign.com/tools/certification.html

is the best starter to plan for preperation.

I effectively worked on this certification for 1 week (around 10 hours daily). Utilized my vacation from office for one week.

Bye...

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Vikrama
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Hi,
Good job done man!

Which chapters of Larman you think is "MUST READ".It doesn't mean i am asking which chapters we can skip.But infact i'll go via all chapters but will emphasize more on "MUST READ CHAPTERS".
Secondly can you throw some light on EBP Chapter 6 i am little bit confuse that how to apply this in requirement analysis?.

Bye,
Viki.

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Larman is good and a must read

Hi Viki,

To be very frank I could not got the time and opportunity to read Larman, I could read only 2 parts of it that too was his previous edition. But personally I will suggest read the entire book at least 2 times.
Even though I have cleared the exam I will go through the entire book as it explains eveything with a case study which is perferct. In the exam also you will get lot of questions based on a case study.

Uml distilled is based on only concepts without much examples.

If I have to write the exam again, my approach will be
1. Read Larman
2. Read Uml Distilled
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 again.
4. Go through Ezequiel Cuellar notes
5. Do first test of whizlab to find out weeker sections.
6. Repeat steps 1, 2 and 3 again.
7. Do practice test 1, 2 and 3 of whizlab
8. Based on the result. Do customized tests of whizlab

At least 2 days before the exam do Final test of Whizlabs.


Good luck for your preperation...


Vijay Singh Rathore

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