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WAS v6 exam 252 questions???

 
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Hi Guys,
does anyone have any questions for 252. chinatag, cettfx etc? will be giving the test on monday
appreciate the help.
thanks
vinod
 
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Hello Vinod,
What happened to your 252 exam??
Iam planning to give it very shortly..How difficult was it compared to sample test of IBM??

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cleared it. it was not tough. i have worked on WAS v6 for a few months. the level would quiet similar to the sample test but questions didnt repeat atleast in my case.
 
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Hello vinod,
congrates and thanks for your response.
I did sample test on IBM site and the sample test consisted lot of questions which were not there in red books given for reading.And also there are loads of material on security in red books but hardly 5-6 questions appear.

So do you think infocenter is better OR reading all red books is better.

Thanks Again
 
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