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Passed TOGAF® 9 Combined Part 1 and Part 2  RSS feed

 
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All,

I just passed TOGAF® 9 Combined Part 1 and Part 2 exam today. Part 1: 92% and Part 2: 95%
I used the Official 3rd Edition of TOGAF® 9 Foundation and TOGAF® 9 Certified Study Guide. Total 3.5 weeks study time.

Now I am waiting for the official email from The Open Group.

Thanks
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Welcome to CodeRanch! Congrats on your pass.

How did you study for the exam? Any tips?
 
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I did extensive study for Part 1 (3-4 times reviewed the study guide) and did practice exam purchased from Open Group Official site (only $0.99) as well as free from this site: http://theopenarch.com/
Thanks for those practice exams. It seemed to me that the practice exam (for Part 1) on theopenarch site is harder than the actual exam. The practice questions at the end of each chapter from the official study guide was also helpful.

I reviewed the Part 2 study guide once. The practice exam for Part 2 from the Open Group Official site is an excellent source to get idea how to answer the scenario based questions.

Thanks
 
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