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pass IBM XML test 141

 
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Hi everyone,
I just took the IBM Certified Developer - XML and Related Technologies, Test 141. It is a tought exam, more difficult than the sample test on IBM web site, but finally I passed it. Thanks for all help from this forum and xml@whiz.
My score is 73%
Architecture : 72%
Information Modeling: 66%
XML Processing : 73%
XML Rendering : 83%
Testing and Tuning : 83%
From my exerience, it is important to remember DOM2, SAX2 concept and all interface, XSLT structure and elements, XML Schema structure and elements. Because time is tigh, it must be quick enough to answer every question, do not spend too much time if there is one question you don't know. I completed all answer and have nearly 7 minutes left.
William Li
Feb 06, 2002
 
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Congratulations!!
Good Score
 
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hello william,
congratulations for the success.
can u please tell us which books u used and how useful jwhiz was.i had purchased jwhiz exam simulator for scjp2 and it was relly very nice and close to the real thing.
how much time did u take for preparation.
thanks.
neha
 
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William,
congs buddy.. great score. your message boosts me as i am also following the resources followed by you including the XMLWhiz.
Be here and help us move forward.
Thanx
rony
 
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Congrates William Li
Thats Grate.
Let me know some thing abt the test on
tejas464@rediffmail.com

Thanx again
Tejas Nakawala
Mechanical Engineer
SCJP (81%)
MCSD
OCP (88%)
 
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Hi, all,
Here are some of my experience regarding 141 test:
books:
Professional XML 2nd version
XML bible
Professional XML Schema
Professioanl XSLT programmer reference 2nd version
web site:
w3c.org ( check for XMML specs )
IBM developerWorks XML Zone
There 5 modules of this test,
Architecture:
have some "pattern" of questions, for
example, B2B (company-to-company) application
must do XML validation, rendering to various
client(handheld, pad, etc) do transform on
server.
the situation suitable for "just-in-time"
transform and static transform.
Information Modeling:
there are more XML schema question than DTD,
content model, simple/complex type, ID/IDREF,
key/keyref, when to use attributes and elements.
XML Processing
remember the some special points of DOM2, SAX2 interface, and their methods. this module have most score (33%)
XML rendering
XSLT structure, XSLT elements(output, key, sort), white space, etc
Testing and Tuning
check IBM sample test.

I spent two month before the exam. This test is really not easy, prepare carefully and enough before you take it.
William Li

Originally posted by Tejas Nakawala:
Congrates William Li
Thats Grate.
Let me know some thing abt the test on
tejas464@rediffmail.com

Thanx again
Tejas Nakawala
Mechanical Engineer
SCJP (81%)
MCSD
OCP (88%)


[ February 08, 2002: Message edited by: William Li ]
 
William Li
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To be honest, I felt the questions in xml@whiz is not so difficult than those in real test, the questions in real test are more comprehensive, I got more than 90% in the simulato tests.
William Li

Originally posted by neha jain:
hello william,
congratulations for the success.
can u please tell us which books u used and how useful jwhiz was.i had purchased jwhiz exam simulator for scjp2 and it was relly very nice and close to the real thing.
how much time did u take for preparation.
thanks.
neha

 
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William-
Congrats! That was a great score. How much did you score in the IBM sample test and can you provide your answers to help us gain speed. Again congratulations.
Louis.
 
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Congratulations, William!
 
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