There's two PDF files you'll need. One you have already. The other is the study guide. In addition to content, it also gives two practice exams that are very similar in form/content to the ones on the exam. They sell the study guide separately
The most important think I did studying for the exam was reviewing those questions a lot. The one you got is the full TOGAF. You can read the sections of it the study guide references. Also, if you choose to do part 2, it is critical to be able to find information quickly in the document you mentioned.
I am planning to write the UPSC exam in India.
I am not sure if you have heard of it, but it is a competitive exam in India which is used to get into various civil service departments of the government. The exam is extremely competitive and cut throat and involves a lot of candidates every year.
If possible could you suggest a few materials with extreme math problems so that I can practice it?
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