The foundation exam is part 1 (of 2) that is required to obtain the TOGAF certification.
There are no pre-requisites and there are no requirements to uphold the certification. TOGAF is all about establishing an enterprise architecture practice.
The exam is based on the TOGAF study guide. The foundation guide is not overly lengthy.
The exam is administered through Prometric so you have to attend a nearby testing centre to take the exam.
There are 40 questions and you have 1 hour. A pass is 55%.
I read the study guide twice and I reviewed it about 5 times after that.
I focused on the areas that are highly covered in the exam. The study guide indicates how many questions are applied to each section.
As long as you have a thorough understanding of ADM, you should be fine.
I spent a total of 1 week studying for this exam.
Each exam is 320 USD. That may be a consideration before attempting this certification.
I’ll post another blog on the results of part 2 (TOGAF 9.1 Certified):