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Passed with 91%

 
Shreyas Reddy
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Hello evryone,
I passed the exam with 91% score.Thanks to everyone who answered my questions in this forum.
Good Luck Everybody
-Shreyas
 
Vivek Viswanathan
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Congradulations man, Nice Score
I have a few questions for you since you have just passed the exam with such a good score.
1. In the questions with multiple choice options, does the question indicate the number of correct answers eg.
Q. Which of the following are valid status codes for
HttpServletResponse.setStatus(int statusCode)?
Select any 3 ?
a. SC_NOT_FOUND(404)
b. SC_RANDOM_GENERATOR
c. SC_IMPLEMENTING_SERVICE
d. SC_NO_CONTENT
As in the above question does the question indicate that you have to select 3 correct ans ???
2. Are there any question related to <jsp lugin ?

regards
Thanks man
Vivek V
[ October 28, 2003: Message edited by: Vivek Viswanathan ]
 
Shreyas Reddy
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To answer your questions:
Yes, for questions where you have to choose multiple answers, it does say how many to choose. They are always check boxes.The good part is the exam does not allow to choose you more than the required number of answers.i.e.if you are asked to choose 3 answers from given 5 answers and if you try to choose 4, it displays a message saying you can only choose 3.
For questions where you have to choose only one answer, they are always radio boxes...
Coming to your second question, I was prepared to answer jsp lugin related questions. I am not sure if I can reveal that info whether I did get any questions or not...Just think about it. it only takes little time to get familiar with the plugin attributes than worrying about if it appears on the exam or not.
 
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Excellent job - let's continue the well deserved congratulations in the results forum!
 
Vivek Viswanathan
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Thanks for the information, but the main question is....Why does the word plugin come with a smiley face :-)

thanks
vivek
 
Joel Cabarles
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may I know how long have you studied Java before taking the examination? :roll:
 
Vivek Viswanathan
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I passed with 94%
As for me I have been working in Java for a long time since 1999 I gave my Programmers in 2000, Developer in 2001, Architect Part I in 2001 and finished Architect in 2002 and now Web Component Developer in 2003.
I should have given Web Component Developer when it had just come out since I have working in servlets and jsp at that time.
 
Shreyas Reddy
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I have been working w/ Servlets and JSP on and off for couple of years.
So it took me about a month, about 1 hr each day...and i took some mock exams at javaranch, a cd borrowed from friend.
I expected the exam to be tougher than it was...
Cmoning to smiley for plugin tag, may be it is the combination of characters causing it
Good Luck all
 
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