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HI all!

I have been studying TFIN50 and TFIN52 because I want to be certificated in SAP FI. Now I would like to make several tests, can you please recommend me any page where I can find certificated exam questions that are good. I have looked into google but I would like you to tell me where I can find good material.

Thanks in advance.

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  • Posted on Sep 15, 2015 at 03:38 PM

    Hi Sara,

    SAP Certification is NOT a test for memory. It is a test for understanding the fundamental concepts. Please do not read the curriculum books to remember them, but to understand the concept. If you understand the concepts, you would learn them for life. When you are reading, always ask the questions why and how.

    Identifying the correct question is very simple. If you find a wrong answer, you should analyze why it is wrong. Then you would get the essence of the basic concept. If you understand the concepts, then answering the question is not a difficult task.

    Always try to use elimination technique in this type of exams, where you need to identify the wrong answers first. They you will end with two similar answers one of them is the right answers, where you need to use your knowledge.

    Hope the following blog would be handy for your Certification.

    How to Approach and Pass a SAP Certification

    All the best.

    Kind Regards,

    Ravi

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    • Please note SAP Certification materials are copyrighted materials. You cannot have possession of any PDF copies, unless you are allowed to have the possession of them. Free distribution of these materials are prohibited.

      With reference to your question, you may get a question or two questions on these topics. I would advise you to refer to SAP Help on these topics.

      Hope this helps.

      Kind Regards,

      Ravi

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