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Manning book, JWeb+ CD tests

 
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Hi,
I am wondering if there is a way to find out what the correct answers are to the 3 tests that are provided on the CD?
Thanks,
Aruna.
 
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People told me that the Mock Exams on the JDiscuss web site JDiscuss are almost similar to the 3 tests on Manning. [I don't have the Manning book though, and hence I can't confirm]. But the mock exams on JDiscuss come with answers at the end after completing each one.
Hope this helps!
 
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Aruna,
Yes, enter finish test, review answers and double click on any question will take you to the actual question plus good explanation on answers, then with prev and next buttons you can go through them all.
Good Luck
Cheers,
Vidya
 
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Thanks a lot! Also went to JDiscuss and took the tests there. For some reason, I scored well on very tough ones and low on easy ones
 
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dont rely on those classification of hard and easy ones (i even posted this same question when i did my prog cert with jq+) , the apt answer is that the question of being simple and hard depends on how the idividual views it ..kinda cognitive science so a stuff which was branded as hard to JDiscuss question developers necessarily need not be hard to u and vice versa <---->
 
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Aruna,
I am glad to know that I am not the only ONE!!
ha..ha...
You are ready to answer I guess..
ta
Vidya
 
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