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December 30, 2011

TOGAF Certification

Filed under: TOGAF9 — thesoaarchitect @ 5:13 pm
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I took the TOGAF Level 1 and Level 2 combined exam today.

I am happy to share with you that I have cleared it with a score of 73%

Level 1 – 75%

Level 2 – 70%

I thank Udayan Banerjee for his useful blog with TOGAF 9 sample questions, and Chris Eaton for his blog TOGAF 9 sample questions for Level 1 and Level 2 exams. They were useful.

If you are planning to take the exam in the near future, its worth while noting:

  • To answer the questions for Level 1 exam, you get 60 mins. Use them in full. Level 2 starts immediately after you have submited Level 1 exam.
  • Pay attention to TOGAF9 Confirmance Requirements. From exam point of view ,dont waste time in reading up stuff that are not required.
  • Try and take couple of mock tests – For me, it helped me to identify some areas I was weak and I gave special attention to those topics.
  • All are multiple choice, you can use elimination, where you are unable to spot the right answer


  1. Congratulation.

    Comment by Udayan Banerjee — December 30, 2011 @ 6:06 pm | Reply

  2. Congrats G

    Comment by Raghu — January 2, 2012 @ 6:21 am | Reply

  3. Hi Gireesh,

    I’m preparing for Togaf 9 certification. Please, could you email me your exam questions? calgary2004@yahoo.ca

    Thank you very much.

    Comment by David — June 1, 2012 @ 2:14 am | Reply

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    Comment by Sami Suliman — January 30, 2014 @ 12:24 pm | Reply

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