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rajani peddi
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is there any time limit for the jaworski exam? i started the test 2 hrs back and want to take a break! so is the time unlimited ?
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rajani
Randall Twede
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If a test is timed you will see a clock counting down somewhere.


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rajani peddi
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Well Randall...the test is timed and the clock is counting up in the applet. But i want to know the limit of that clock. It has passed 2 hrs already and is still going on. I know that there are 172 questions in all but don't know the time for them.
Could anyone help with this?
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rajani
David Roberts
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I can't even get the exam running, nor can I find any support at newriders.com. Did yo have any problems running it? I do have multiple JDKs.


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rajani peddi
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David ,
I did not have any problems running the applet. Is this the site u saw http://www.jaworski.com/java/certification/ .
rajani
bill bozeman
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rajani,
I don't think it is timed. I think the timer is there to let you know how long it has taken you to answer the questions. More for your reference.
Bill
rajani peddi
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Thanks Bill. I have completed the test anyway yesterday itself. I took a long break after 2 hrs and completed in about 3 1/2 hrs though my patience did not last long. I got 70% in this. I could have definitely done better if i could go back and review but this test doensn't have that facility! Can you tell me the difficulty level of this exam?
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rajani
 
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