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The last question before taking the SCJP5 exam

Jon Lee
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Joined: Mar 04, 2005
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The K&B book warns that if you review a Drag&Drop question, the previous answers may be lost. Is this still the fact? If so, I have to be very careful when reviewing the Drag&Drop questions....

People who took the exam recently pls give some info on this... many thnx


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Deepak Bala
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Yes thats true. Write down all the drag and drop answers on your plastic sheet just in case you feel like reviewing them. Also you cannot mark the Drag and drops for review (although you choose the mark button they wont show up on the review screen). I know. It sucks


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Jon Lee
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Thnx Jhon. Now I am more prepared for those nasty Drag&Drop questions...
 
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