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I'm studying for test 285, certified associate developer for websphere. I was curious if anyone knows of any websites dedicated to mock exams, forums or study guides?

Also, does anyone know if its 53% or 54%. IBM's website says its either one.

Lastly, how hard is the exam? How much does it cost? How much studying time is required for someone who works with websphere just recently?
 
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Hey Sean,

How different is T285 from 285.

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Try this link:

http://www-1.ibm.com/certify/tests/obj285.shtml
 
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I'm also planning to take 285. Here is what I'm planning..

1. Go through the objectives.
2. Purchase "Introduction to Web Application Development with IBM WebSphere Studio, An: IBM Certified Associate Developer" book.
3. Read the book and learn the basics of WSAD.
4. Develop couple of test applications.
5. Take sample test (if available)
6. Go for the actual test
 
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