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Quentin Ng
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Joined: May 22, 2003
Posts: 29
Dear all,
I just took the exam few hours ago...
It is really a long long one.... that I haven't taken before.
I received the voucher on 3 Jun....
And start prepare for it every nite after work.
With limited time, this forum really help a lot.
Special thanks to Kathy.
I think there are many people have already talked about what is the exam look like.
I try to add two cents here.
In the first fifty questions of the exam.... it asks some detail questions on entity bean and deployment descriptor.
Those questions are little bit long and "wordings" are hard to understand....
If you want to have a "happy beginning", try to study more details on entity bean and DD.
Or mark those "difficult" question .... and do it later...
Quentin
Martin CHOW
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Joined: Jun 11, 2003
Posts: 41
Originally posted by Quentin Ng:
If you want to have a "happy beginning", try to study more details on entity bean and DD.
Or mark those "difficult" question .... and do it later...

When I checked the marked DnD question, I found my original answer had been removed. I need to redo the question rather than modify my original answer. Hence, many marked DnD question I haven't recheck.
I think it is better to answer your DnD type carefully on first time
[ October 23, 2003: Message edited by: Martin CHOW ]
iyven koh
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Joined: Jun 16, 2003
Posts: 66
just took the exam this morning. It's really a long hour exam. i have not enough time to prepare for this exam but thanks for all the tips in this forum, they help a lot.all the main topics are covered under the exam. i have no problem with DD.
thank goodness!
Gustavo Torreti
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Joined: May 20, 2003
Posts: 84
There was no way to alter a previous DnD question when I did mine too. You just gotta go all over again, from scratch.
That is not exactly a big problem, though.
And I agree with those 50 nasty first questions. Face them or leave them, but keep an eye at the time you got!


You were trained to handle mission impossible; 'difficult' should be a walk in the park for you.
Martin CHOW
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Joined: Jun 11, 2003
Posts: 41
Originally posted by Martin CHOW:

When I checked the marked DnD question, I found my original answer had been removed. I need to redo the question rather than modify my original answer. Hence, many marked DnD question I haven't recheck.
I think it is better to answer your DnD type carefully on first time
[ October 23, 2003: Message edited by: Martin CHOW ]
 
 
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