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Types of Question asked in Actual Exam

 
manishsharma sharma
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Hi Chetan,
congrats for your success

I am also preparing for the same exam, would be grateful to you if you could provide some more inputs on the type of questions asked in actual exam
e.g.

1. are they are API based?
2. are they are Specificatin based (FACT based)?
3. are their questions based on class hierarchy?
4. all the questions are multiple choice of you need to write something, wheather they asked to write jad or manifest file
5. Tricky questions
6. from which topic questions are tough and from which it was easy

some more input from your side

thanks with regards
sharma_durg
 
Eduardo Marques
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See http://faq.javaranch.com/view?ScmadLinks - it contains several links, including one for the SCMAD exam objectives, which will help you clear your doubts.

Still, answering your questions ...

>1. are they are API based?
Yes, covering specific aspects of MIDP, WMA, MMAPI and CLDC.
JTWI is not really a API but a "profile", defining requirements on component specifications.

> 2. are they are Specificatin based (FACT based)?
Yes, very much. Make sure you read the specs.

>3. are their questions based on class hierarchy?
Yes, as stated in the exam objectives (CLDC Generic Connection Framework/MIDP networking, MIDP UI, MIDP media API & MMAPI).

>4. all the questions are multiple choice of you need to write something, >wheather they asked to write jad or manifest file
There are single/multiple choice questions but also drag and drop questions, used for example in code fragment questions and class hiearchy diagrams .

>5. Tricky questions
>6. from which topic questions are tough and from which it was easy
Push Registry, MIDlet application lifecycle, security aspects and JTWI may be harder to handle.

If you're interested in using a SCMAD exam simulator check the link below.

Best regards,
Eduardo
[ June 03, 2007: Message edited by: Eduardo Marques ]
 
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