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Cleared TOGAF 9 Certified (OG0-092)

 
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Hei,
I got 80% from TOGAF 9 Certified (OG0-092) examination.

I read once and a half time self-study material and did mock tests from http://theopenarch.com/.

Actually what helped me was these mock tests - I understood at which details should I look.

Experiences:
- This exam is easier than OG0-091. First exam requires remembering things, second one - understanding. I am always better at understanding
- There is a lot of reading. A lot.
- Not all info from given scenario is useful. I took a note only on key-points, so I should not re-read scenario.
- For me there was no questions from simulator.
 
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Congratulations and thanks for sharing your observations!
 
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Congratulations! I have been contemplating for quite long to do this certification!
 
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