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TOGAF Certification - A Feel of what the exam would validate  RSS feed

 
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As I was reading through the study material, I came across this content that describes the preliminary phase of the ADM:



What should I expect as questions that might be asked in the actual exam? I find it dumb to memorize this and I do not see any value keeping this in memory that would help me in practice. Could you guys please give me a feel of how the TOGAF test would test one's knowledge for the content above?
 
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Joe,
You have to memorize. The questions are similar in style to the official and unofficial study guides. In fact, a few I got were identical to those in the official study guide.
 
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