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I've had some private emails telling me I shouldn't have posted it.  I
meant it only as a guide, not as some sort of 'cheat sheet'.  Even if
someone were to post specific questions they saw, there's no guarantee
that those questions would pop up on the test - since there is more than
one test.  The main gist of it all is to give a better idea of what's
covered on the exam.  The sample on the web doesn't do it justice.


Tom Hightower
Solutions, Inc
http://www.simas.com





"Andy Nolen-Parkhouse" <aparkhouse@mediaone.net>
Sent by: midrange-l-admin@midrange.com
01/01/02 07:14 AM
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        Subject:        RE: Types of 000-066 certification questions that got me




Tom,

Thanks for posting your thoughts on this exam.  I passed the V4R5
version and have been considering whether I should take the current
test.  My understanding of the 066 (and 067) exam is that it is designed
for those technical persons who work for business partners selling and
installing iSeries hardware and upgrades.  These certifications are
required in order to maintain business partner status with IBM.  In that
light, I'm glad its difficult because that means that at least one
person in the partner's firm has demonstrated some knowledge of how to
get from point A to point B in an upgrade.  For those who have been
burned by business partners with inadequate expertise, I am glad that
IBM is making the exams difficult.

I have found it a difficult test to study for and your suggestions are
helpful.

Thanks,
Andy Nolen-Parkhouse

> A few asked for the least-cost alternative to migrating this or that,
if
> even possible.  Having never priced a single piece of hardware, or
done
> even one configuration, I found those very tough.

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