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Objective-wise weightage

 
dinesh pande
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Hi,

Is there anyway we can calculate the percentage distribution of actual questions based on objectives?

For example:
Objective 1 - 15%
Objective 2 - 25%
etc..

Any help is greatly appreciated
 
Valentin Crettaz
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I have tried to make something up, but keep in mind that this is NOT official, it's just what I can remember from the beta exam:

Objective 1: 5%
Objective 2: 10%
Objective 3: 10%
Objective 4: 11%
Objective 5: 9%
Objective 6: 7%
Objective 7: 7%
Objective 8: 9%
Objective 9: 11%
Objective 10: 11%
Objective 11: 11%
[ November 02, 2004: Message edited by: Valentin Crettaz ]
 
dinesh pande
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Thanks Val. That helps me understand at a high level what the distribution is.

I agree that it needs some editing to match the current exam objectives.
 
Nicholas Cheung
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Hi Valentin,

Could you reflect this option to Kathy and Bert?

I like IBM's objectives because it defines how many % coverage (which implies how many questions I could see for each section in the exam). Sun does not provide such info.

However, I feel IBM's objectives are too general. You might not know what to study.

Nick
 
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Could you reflect this option to Kathy and Bert?

What do you mean?
 
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