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Dear All,

     I went to SAP very accidentally. It was not my plan earlier. For my career  growth  I went  to SAP. Only I came to know that it is very tough course  and paper came from the books itself (Majority questions are from books and hardly  1 or 2 SAP Ref IMG). My senior told me that SAP asks only concepts (According to my senior & from the internet sources). I did my SAP SD ILT course and take a gap of 20 days to read all the books. I read all the books with the concept understanding  not less than 4 times. But from books the system based things you can’t understand. In my certification exam almost  20 to 25 questions are from Back end customization  (SAP reference IMG). For a layman like me ( As I am not from this field) the exam was very tough and the result is that I couldn’t clear the exam. The person who have just studied for 5 weeks can not understand the SAP ref. IMG if the person is not from that field.  Those who want to appear for the SAP SD exam,  Kindly do not take the decision of appearing  for certification exam in Hurry. Now a days exam pattern has changed drastically. Earlier it was completely book based exam now a days It is majority system based exam.

             My request  to all of you is that you first  take the experience of system for not less than 2 years and then take the admission to the course and then appear for the exam  Or you can directly appear for the exam. 

Thanking you.

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