IBM 000-637 : Requirements Management with Use Cases - Part 2 Exam
Taking the IBM 000-637 (Requirements Management with Use Cases - Part 2) exam requires a potential exam candidate to pass 37 questions in 60 minutes with a score of at least 68%. The 000-637 exam covers all the portions of requirements management that are not covered on the 000-636 exam. In order to pass the 000-637 exam, candidates should have a thorough understanding of use-case modeling, structuring the model, defining and refining the system, and manging changing requirements.
Additionally, IBM offers optional courses to help potential candidates prepare for the IBM 000-637 exam. Though these courses are not required before taking the exam, candidates often find that taking the courses helps them review the material in a more effective way, which in turn, helps candidates earn higher scores on their exams. The online course, "Principles of Rational Unified Process" provides instruction on Rational Unified Process (RUP) and clarifies how RUP relates to best practices.
Also, the online course "Essentials of IBM Rational RequisitePro v2003" provides a review of RequisitePro and how it relates to RUP and software development. If a candidate requires additional instruction, IBM recommends using rational software training and computer and web-based courses.