77 % XML Masters Think Exam Questions Practical

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<p><strong>Tokyo &mdash; May 15</strong><br />The XML Technology Certification Committee has released the results of a Web-based survey of XML Master Basic professionals.<br /><br />The survey was conducted April 4 – 13 for individuals who have passed the XML Master Basic V2 exam, which is the latest version of the certification exam for XML Master Basic certification, and 526 individuals responded to the survey.<br /><br />According to the survey results, 34 percent indicated they<br />studied &ldquo;More than two weeks, less than one month&rdquo; for the XML Master Basic V2 exam, and when asked how they studied, respondents said books (89 percent), Internet (29 percent) and participation in educational course (22 percent) in order of frequency. Multiple responses allowed.<br /><br />With respect to the difficulty level of the test, the greatest number of respondents, 58 percent, answered &ldquo;As difficult as expected,&rdquo; and 80 percent of respondents answered that the time allowed for the examination was &ldquo;Appropriate.&rdquo; </p><p>In response to a question as to whether the exam questions were practical, 77 percent of 302 eligible respondents (removing those respondents who could not answer the question because of lack of XML work experience) evaluated the exam questions as being &ldquo;Practical.&rdquo;</p><p>With respect to the benefits of becoming an XML Master (multiple answers allowed), the top answers were, &ldquo;I was able to learn about XML and XML-related technology&rdquo; (91 percent), &ldquo;I developed more confidence about XML and<br />XML-related technology&rdquo; (41 percent), &ldquo;I received a lump-sum bonus from my company&rdquo; (27 percent) and &ldquo;Knowing XML is helpful in my work&rdquo; (23 percent).</p>

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