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New Post 7/19/2010 1:24 PM
User is offline Brian Hunt
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CBAP Exam blueprint conflict 


The CBAP Handbook give the breakdown as follows:

Enterprise Analysis           22.0%
Requirements Planning and Management    22.7%
Requirement Elicitation   18.7%
Requirements Analysis and Documentation    20.7%
Requirements Communication  10.7%
Solution Assessment and Validation    5.3%

But [URL="http://www.learningtree.com/courses/913qa.htm"]learningtree[/URL] state

The exam blueprint based on v2.0 of the BABOKĀ® is as follows:

    * Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring 19.33%
    * Elicitation 14%
    * Requirements Management and Communication 16%
    * Enterprise Analysis 15.33%
    * Requirements Analysis 19.33%
    * Solution Assessment and Validation 16%

Which is correct?

 
New Post 7/20/2010 1:21 AM
User is offline Brian Hunt
18 posts
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Re: CBAP Exam blueprint conflict.  

OK - sorted.  Searching for the CBAP Handbook using google brings up the link on the IIBA site to the old (BABOK V1.6) version of the handbook.   Click here to download the current version from the IIBA

 
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