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Failed in SCJA, need help!!

uma prem
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Joined: Jun 21, 2010
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Hi,

I had applied for SCJA on June 08 2010 but got only 64% against 68% i am very disappointed, i think i lost marks in composition identification in calling objects and in programs. I want to take it again on July 12 2010.Any guidelines will be much appreciated. Waiting for the response.

Thanks

Uma
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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Well, it looks like you were really close, so don't give up hope! Often nerves and being unfamiliar with the process can really throw people off on their first time taking the test.
uma prem
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Joined: Jun 21, 2010
Posts: 11
Hi,

Is there any way to check the correct answers for the last exams we wrote inorder to correct ourself..

Waitng for reply.

Thanks

Uma
Roel De Nijs
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uma prem wrote:Is there any way to check the correct answers for the last exams we wrote inorder to correct ourself..


No, you can't unfortunately.


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Roberto Perillo
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uma prem wrote:Is there any way to check the correct answers for the last exams we wrote inorder to correct ourself..


It's just that, if you take this exam again, then you would already know some correct answers (some of the questions could appear again), so it would be like cheating...


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Robert James Liguori
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There's actually a pool of questions... I'm not sure if they are broken into three separate exams or if they are pulled randomly... but I'm pretty sure it's the former.

What I'm trying to say is that you should not expect the same questions on the retake.


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swapnil kataria
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i think you should not expect same question, when you will retake the exam, most probably question are picked randomly from pool,
 
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