ITIL Strategy Exam

Hi

I'm charting my course to take a few ITIL exams. The ITIL-Foundation I'm doing in a another few weeks. I'd like to take the Service Strategy Exam.

Do I have to have accredited training as a prerequisite? Or can I study on my own for the exam? I thought all I had to have is the ITIL-F certification.
dlewis61Asked:
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Rich WeisslerConnect With a Mentor Professional Troublemaker^h^h^h^h^hshooterCommented:
V3 refers to the current (as of right now) edition of ITIL, using the 2011 revision of ITIL.  V2 was significantly different, and I don't know know what version one looked like.  Like I mentioned, the 117 version of the Exin test is the one I took two years ago.  The syllabus of the material will be the same to the current version, but I don't know the details of the difference between 117 and 001.  (I can't really give recommendations on practice exams either.  I use one book to study, and looked through a loaner copy of the ITIL books.)
Whether you should purchase or not, I would think would depend on whether they are giving you a significant discount... especially since you already have three sets of sample questions from a friend.
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Rich WeisslerProfessional Troublemaker^h^h^h^h^hshooterCommented:
"In order to complete the Intermediate level, you need to attend training run by one of our Accredited Training Organizations. You cannot self-study and then take the examinations."

Any certification beyond the Foundation level has a requirement that you take their training.  There are a number of training organizations, and more than one source for exams.  (Link above is to Axelos, the current owner of ITIL.)  When I was looking at certification/training beyond the foundation level, they all consistently indicated that training was a requirement above the foundation level.  The organization has changed since then, so I can't find the source documentation I confirmed with back then... but it appears with some certainty that the policy hasn't changed.  All my old links to www.itil.co.uk redirect to Axelos now.)
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dlewis61Author Commented:
If I may...ask you one another thing

Is there any difference between

EX0-001 ITIL Foundation (syllabus 2011) Exam
EX0-101 ITIL Foundation v.3 & ITIL Foundation
EX0-117 ITIL Foundation (syllabus 2011)

A friend sent me some sample questions to help me, but they all have different "EX0" numbers
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Rich WeisslerProfessional Troublemaker^h^h^h^h^hshooterCommented:
The EX0 means they are the versions of the exam offered by Exin, through Prometric testing centers.  I believe all three are different versions of the same test.  When I took the exam about two years ago, the version was EX0-117.  EX0-001 is the currently offered version.  Unfortunately I don't know if EX0-101 was older or newer than EX0-117.  (But again, EX0-001 is the one currently offered from Prometric.)
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dlewis61Author Commented:
What does the "v.3" mean?
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dlewis61Author Commented:
Practice Exams for ITIL V3 Foundation, (EXIN) EXO-117

when I see this offered by a vendor,  and it says (EXIN) EXO-117 I'm not sure if I should purchase it or not.
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