IBM 000-833 : Object Oriented Analysis and Design - Part 1 (Analysis) Exam
The IBM 000-833 (Object Oriented Analysis and Design - Part 1 (Analysis)) test is the first part of a two part examination that is meant to test the candidate's knowledge of objects oriented design and analysis. The exam consists of 50 questions that candidates will have no less than 75 minutes to complete. During the testing duration, candidates must answer no less than 60% of the questions correctly in order to pass the first part. This means that of the 50 questions, 30 of them must be answered correctly.
One the examination, tested subjects will include things such as UML and the modeling process, concepts of object orientation, architectural analysis and case analysis. In addition to these fields, candidates must ensure that they are capable of doing basic analysis of the object oriented sector. The examination tests these and many other related subjects.
There are two options that candidates can take to help prepare for the IBM 000-833 examination. One of them is a series of online courses that will allow candidates to better learn the basics of the key information needed for the examination. The other is a series of on-site courses that are intended to help candidates better prepare for the examination in a more hands-on approach.