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am i ready for the real one?

karun narang
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Joined: Feb 12, 2010
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Enthuware score:75,75,77,77,90,70

can anyone suggest am i ready for the real exam?
any suggestions would help.
Frits Walraven
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Hi Karun,
Enthuware score:75,75,77,77,90,70
can anyone suggest am i ready for the real exam?


The scores are enough to pass the exam, but try to get them in the 80's. Just do a few of them again and see if you can score better.

My last day preparations are always like this:
In the morning: going through the notes, cramming the most important things.
In the afternoon: do one Enthuware mock exam and read all the explanations on the questions that I answered wrong.

In general the Enthuware mock exams are a good indication of how you are going to score on the real exam as the questions and the way questions are asked is simular.

Don't spend a lot of time on coding in your last days before the exam, maybe only to try small things (with eclipse)

You can use my notes (SCWCD links, rancher notes) for the cramming part.

Good luck with your last preparations,
Frits
Christophe Verré
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Frits wrote:In the afternoon: do one Enthuware mock exam and read all the explanations on the questions that I answered wrong.

I think that read all the explanations on the questions is the important part. I hope you didn't cram through all mocks one after another without studying the parts you were wrong.

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Frits Walraven
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I hope you didn't cram through all mocks one after another without studying the parts you were wrong.

No, I read all the explanations on the questions that I answered wrong. I didn't read all the explanations on the questions I answered correct....

I only did one mock exam per day to have enough time to revise the parts which I didn't understand well.

Regards,
Frits
Christophe Verré
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Sorry, although I quoted you, the question was aimed at karun
karun narang
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Joined: Feb 12, 2010
Posts: 6
no christophe i am not cramming anything.i read explanation for all wrong as well as right answers.thank you for suggestion.
Christophe Verré
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karun narang wrote:no christophe i am not cramming anything.i read explanation for all wrong as well as right answers.thank you for suggestion.

You should be ok then. Go through them once again to check that you have improved your weakest topics.
karun narang
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Joined: Feb 12, 2010
Posts: 6

cleared scwcd with 87% today.thank you for all your support
Christophe Verré
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Congratulations
 
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