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ankur rathi
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Hi,

Please provide us details of this XML certification kit.

Very importantly, how it is different from other paid/non-paid resources?

Thanks a lot.
 
DW Bolton
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Which "kit" are you referring to?

If I could take a wild guess that you are referring to the Whizlabs XML exam simulator, then I can only recommend it, it was vital for passing the exam.

If you're interested in general resources used to pass, then refer to my post from yesterday about the preparations I did for the exam. Other people have also posted their experiences and advice on resources as well.
 
ankur rathi
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Thanks for information.

I was refering to Whizlabs XML exam simulator.
 
Hari Vignesh Padmanaban
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Originally posted by rathi ji:
Please provide us details of this XML certification kit.

Very importantly, how it is different from other paid/non-paid resources?


Hi Rathi,

The exam simulator details can be found at the Whizlabs XML Simulator page

I am not aware of any other paid product for the IBM Xml exam ...if you know any please do share it with the ranchers !

There are several free mock exams available for the IBM xml exam. You can find them at the XML Mock Exams List

The only disadvantage being that they dont have a lot of scenario based questions, which are part of the IBM exam

Considering the non-paid resources other than the free exams, you can start with the 3 articles that Pradeep and myself wrote for the XML exam and available at IBM developer works. Given below are the links for the articles

XML certification Success - Part 1
XML certification Success - Part 2
XML certification Success - Part 3

As mentioned by Bolton, if you are interested in other resources the best way to find that out would be by reading the posts of people who had passed the exam and have been kind enough to share their views in this forum

Hope this helps
[ September 13, 2005: Message edited by: Hari Vignesh Padmanaban ]
 
ankur rathi
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Thanks a lot Hari for great description.

 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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