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Preparing for TOGAF Certification

Free sample practice questions

If you are preparing for TOGAF certification here are links to pages containing free sample practice questions.

TOGAF 9 Foundation Level Certification – Question set 1

TOGAF 9 Foundation Level Certification – Question set 2

TOGAF 9 Certified Level Certification – Question on topics not available on the study guide

TOGAF 9 Certification Multiple Choice Questions by Chris Eaton

iQuiz – Quick Quiz System

[Update: TOGAF 9.1 Released – What Does It Mean To You?]

Additional reading material
Here are some more material to help you understand TOGAF 9:

[Update: Open Group has the training material for part 1 available on their site - here is the link]

More Stories By Udayan Banerjee

Udayan Banerjee is CTO at NIIT Technologies Ltd, an IT industry veteran with more than 30 years' experience. He blogs at http://setandbma.wordpress.com.
The blog focuses on emerging technologies like cloud computing, mobile computing, social media aka web 2.0 etc. It also contains stuff about agile methodology and trends in architecture. It is a world view seen through the lens of a software service provider based out of Bangalore and serving clients across the world. The focus is mostly on...

  • Keep the hype out and project a realistic picture
  • Uncover trends not very apparent
  • Draw conclusion from real life experience
  • Point out fallacy & discrepancy when I see them
  • Talk about trends which I find interesting