uCertify First to offer Exam Simulation PrepKit for CIW Exam 1D0-510

February 18, 2005

To become a CIW Associate, aspirants must now take and pass the CIW Foundations Exam 1D0-510. The new exam covers objectives outlined in the official CIW v5 Foundations courseware.

The Exam 1D0-510 validates the skills of a professional to design and implement web sites and web based solutions using HTML technology. The certification is beneficial for individuals who want to pursue a career in web designing, web consultancy, Internet Technologies and e-commerce. This foundation exam is a pre-requisite for the higher CIW certifications such as CIW Professional and CIW Master certification.

The new PrepKit provides 7 full-length tests containing 350 analytical questions, to give a true simulation of the real exams. More than 240 exhaustive study notes ensure that the aspirant gets in-depth knowledge of the domain. Technical articles and How Tos…are also provided to help the students take a higher ground and help them in real life situation and jobs.

According to Ms. Lidiya, Senior Consultant, www.Cisco.com, San Jose, USA, “I’ve gone over a uCertify PrepKit and I must say that this is a great offering. The IT certification exam software offered by uCertify can be a very useful tool for prospective aspirants to prepare for certification exams. This product has certainly exceeded my expectation. I vehemently appreciate this. .”

uCertify PrepKit for Exam 1D0-510 gives the aspirant an overview of the real exams and helps him to qualify them with ease. PrepKits have features including Diagnostic and Adaptive Tests, Things to practice, Tips and Tricks etc. Each question has exhaustive analysis for correct as well as incorrect answers, with additional study notes. Evaluation copy and online test for the PrepKit is also released and students can download the PrepKit and access the free questions before buying it. The PrepKit comes with money back guarantee.

More information is available at: http://www.ucertify.com/exams/CIW/1D0-510.html
Roger Stuart,