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Hi, Dan I have a questions about your mock exam. I noticed that there are serveral choices on the left hand side on your Dec 04 Web page : "Study Guide","Topic Exams", and "Comprehensive" . Could you tell me they are the same( just arrange them according to different purposes) or different questions? Thanks a lot
[ December 16, 2002: Message edited by: yang ming ]
Yes, the three exam sets, Comprehensive, Single Topic, and Study Guide, all contain alternative organizations of the same set of nearly six hundred questions. When I initially created my web site I had only the comprehensive set of exams. Later I thought that it would be helpful to organize the questions as a set of single topic exams based on the exam objectives published by Sun. Later, I realized that study guides are typically not organized in the same sequence as the objectives. At that point, I thought that it would be more helpful to organize the questions in a way that is more similar to a typical study guide. I think that the study guide exam set is the best place to start. The Comprehensive exam set is more useful after completing the study guide. The Single Topic exam set is useful when you want to work on a particular topic.
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Thanks a lot
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