Congrats, Vijay! Thanks for the info on how you passed the test. Could you post here or send me an email regarding the questions on the JavaRanch mock exams that were incorrect? Want to compare notes with you because I am currently working on revising the SAX & DOM test. If the other tests have problems I'd like to know.
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WOW, that was a detailed list of resources for the exam. I appreciate your effort in putting down the details. One question, does the XML WIZ questions come near the reall exam questions ? I mean do they at least give you some idea about what sort of prepration is required for the reall exam ? -Sharma
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Thanks again for all your appreciation and support. Here is the answer for hanshyam's Question One question, does the XML WIZ questions come near the reall exam questions ? I mean do they at least give you some idea about what sort of prepration is required for the reall exam ? -Sharma Well to be very frank I have already got a feedback from someonw from the previous post that it is really at a tougher level that the real exam, so I used it only understand scenario based and basic concepts questions and skipped the XPointer and XPath questions that were really tough and needed much more time and understanding to answer them. I observed some bugs in the answer explanations (just one or two) where they are mentioning to different choice and writing a different explanation. Their support is wondeful as my machine crashed day before the exam and they immediately helped me to get my XML@whiz working. But I think it has more +++ than -.
Well Good Luck to all of you who are in the process of preparing the exam.
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Thanks a lot for your answer vijay. This really helps. best wishes for your next ventures... -Sharma
For DOM you should have a good working knowledge as I lost lot of marks in that as I was also under the same impression that just the API knowledge should be sufficient. But it was detailed. SAX was fine. Means not too many complex questions. Vijay