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SAP BW 3.5 & 7.0 Certicication Documents & Mock Test videos

Dear SDN Experts,

Could you please provide me certification documents for SAP BW 3.5 & BI 7.0

Cany anyone guide how should i plan for certification exam???. I heard Teched will be When is teched date for this year in which month??. For how many hours should i spent for a day for certification preprataion.

Is it really possible to complete all the standard documents which i have. Is there are quick process for prepraration

Your inputs will be highly appreciated

Thank you

Regards,

Hemanth Aluri

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    Posted on Oct 14, 2010 at 04:46 PM

    Hello,

    Are you taking BI 7.0 Certification as a whole OR just Delta Certification. If you are taking the examination as a whole please read the material suggested by other friends in the forum.

    TBW10 (Enterprise Data Warehousing)

    TBW20 (Reporting & Query Design)

    TBW41 (Extraction with UDI & XI and APD)

    TBW42 (Advanced Enterprise Data Warehousing & Reporting)

    TBW45 (Integrated Planning)

    Please go through the below link for the full syllabus and to know about points in the exam.

    http://www.sap.com/services/education/certification/certroles/certificationtest.epx?context=[[c_tbw45_70]]|

    The above are the topics that you need to work on throughly before you sit the exam. SAP recommends to study and practice for atleast one month before sitting the exam.As per my experience, I can suggest you take exam only after you are well prepared on all the topics as the questions you face will be a bit complicated and twisted.And also it is expensive to re-sit the exam again, so its worth studying and practicing to perfection before.

    please search in SDN you will get so many links

    All the best

    Regards,

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