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got only 56% in HFSJ mock.....

 
neelima sankepally
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Hi all

I have taken HFSJ mock tody,and i got only 56%.can anybody suggest whether iam ready to take the exam.My exam date is on tuesday.

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Connie Ky Leung
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The +20% rule is applied to your score obtained HFSJ final mock exam. It means your score in the real exam is usually 20% higher than your score in HFSJ final mock exam. In your case, your exam score will be at least 76% if everything goes as expected

Hope this helps ease your mind going to the exam.
 
Ganesh.P Ram
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Hai,
Dont be worried abt that.
Just forget it and give the exam ur full shot.
In one of the j2eecertificate mock exam, i only got 2/20 right (ie 10%).
But I scored 89% in the final exam.

All the best...
 
neelima sankepally
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Thanks to both of you for your valuable suggestions.Now iam trying to concentrate on my weak areas and specs.Hope evrything goes well.can you tell what to read for design patterns.iam losing marks in design patterns in almost all mock exams.

thanx in advance.
 
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send me a mail with "design patterns" in the sub.
I'll see if I can give you something
 
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