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User is offline Guy Beauchamp
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ISEB Certificate In Requirements Engineering self study manual 
Modified By Adrian M.  on 1/9/2009 1:46:54 AM)

Hi,

I have written a self study pack for those Business Analysts looking to pass the ISEB Certificate In Requirements Engineering.

This self study pack is for Business Analysts who want to pass the ISEB Certificate In Requirements Engineering and contains exam style revision questions, a full mock exam and model answers.

The pack aims to give you only what you need to know to pass the ISEB Certificate in Requirements Engineering together with exam style revision questions and a mock exam. This pack has been written by a Business Analyst for Business Analysts who already know how to do the job and now they want to pass the exam.

The pack is presented in sections reflecting the order of the syllabus for the ISEB certificate.

Each section of the pack comprises:

- key points as an aide-memoire

- details that expand on the key points

- exam style revision question

- model answer

The last section is about maximising your exam marks and is followed by a full mock exam with model answers. As the actual exam you is an 'open book' exam you can take this book in with you.

Hope this helps and all feedback welcomed.

Regards,

Guy

 
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