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Togaf 9 Foundation Certification

Palak Mathur
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Hi,


I need information about Togaf 9 Foundation Certification. How to start preparing for the exam? Is the study guide available on the Togaf site good enough for the exam? Or do I need to read other material before going for Study guide or even after it?


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deepak adlakha
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I am also new to TOGAF and looks like their study guide should be enough for self study.

But do you know how much time one should spend on part 1 through self study for this certification like 1 or 2 months or less or more ?

Thanks
Palak Mathur
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deepak adlakha wrote:I am also new to TOGAF and looks like their study guide should be enough for self study.

But do you know how much time one should spend on part 1 through self study for this certification like 1 or 2 months or less or more ?

Thanks


I am also looking for help. If you get the information, please share.
Arnold Reuser
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If Togaf Foundation certification is your primary goal. Then invest two months of your time.
Read the study guide from cover to cover and take a few test exams and you will do fine.
Palak Mathur
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Arnold Reuser wrote:If Togaf Foundation certification is your primary goal. Then invest two months of your time.
Read the study guide from cover to cover and take a few test exams and you will do fine.


Thank you.
Jayesh A Lalwani
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Arnold, is that 2 months full time, or 2 months part time?
 
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