jump to navigation

hurrah now togaf 9 certified December 7, 2009

Posted by Chris Eaton in Uncategorized.
trackback

after taking the exam on Friday I recieved notification on sunday that i have passed and i am now togaf 9 certified, hurrah!

Advertisements

Comments»

1. Imtiaz - December 9, 2009

Congratulations Chris !!!

2. Paweł Zubkiewicz - December 11, 2009

Congratulations!!!

3. Dakshin - December 15, 2009

Congrats !!

4. Mahesh - December 17, 2009

Congratulation, Chris !!

Please do share your exp, preparation time.

5. Stephen Doyle - December 29, 2009

Well done and thanks for the example questions, i take my exam on the 6th Jan so fingers crossed.

chriseaton - January 6, 2010

how did you do?

6. Sam - January 6, 2010

also completed my togaf 9 exam yesterday. Passed with a score of 81% (60% pass mark). What did the rest of us score?
Sam

chriseaton - January 6, 2010

78% in the bridging exam

7. Sam - January 7, 2010

I found part 2 questions of bridging exam to be a little more challenging than was the sample questions given in the togaf 9 instructor led course (delivered by “architecting the enterprise”). Understand there are less than 900 togaf 9 certifications world wide to date. I ended using the full two hours (had exam crash on my part way through which took up ~5 mins) so best utilise proper exam technique as you need to pass both sections independently.

Have enjoyed reading you blog.

Sam
Australia

8. Stephen Doyle - January 7, 2010

Passed my exam yesterday 85% overall, thanks for the example questions was a big help.

9. AG - January 21, 2010

Hello Chris:
I read almost all of your TOGAF related posts and it provides a great deal of practical insight, especially to people like me who are looking for practical guidance in this area.

Would be great if you could help on the following:

I am planning to undertake the TOGAF 9 exams (part 1 initially). I do not have access to the open group study guides.
My question is -> Is it sufficient to read the material freely available at the open group site at the following location to pass TOGAF 9 part 1 & part 2 ?
http://www.opengroup.org/architecture/togaf9-doc/arch/

Or, do you feel the open group study guide is a “must” before taking the TOGAF 9 exam ? If so, appreciate if you could shed some light on the difference between the online material and the study guides, especially as the online material “seems to be” quite comprehesive as well.

Appreciate your help. Thanks in advance !.

AG.

chriseaton - January 21, 2010

I do have the study guide but i only glanced through it. The basis of the exam is the TOGAF book which the link you posted goes to. You only need to study this. Actually looking at the link you provided the diagram on that page is a good summary of the major components you need to know. The ADM is the most important part
Good luck!

AG - January 21, 2010

Hi Chris,
Thanks a TON for your quick response and advice :-).

AG.

10. Ayman - January 15, 2012

Dear Chris,
congrats on passing TOGAF 9 can you please help us on what to study and how long time you studied, and does exam likes testking helps or not
I want to take the combined 1 and 2 exam
thanks a lot


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: