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Statistic of questions in exam on each chapter in HFSJ

 
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Hello,
I am using Head First..I was wondering can any one know the rough statistic of the questions in exam from each chapter?I mean from exam point of view which chapters r more important from HFSJ.

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Savita
 
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I think each and every line is important for exam...
 
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Agree with Vivek, don't skip any page unless author say that or you already know.
 
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I'm not sure there are such statistics.
Read about the other ranchers who passed and wrote about their exam.
Generally, you can expect a lot of EL and Custom Tags.
But you should know everything taught in your book anyway. Relying on statistics is not a solution.
 
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hey savita,

i wonder how such question came to tyour mind.
is the WCD exam like the engineering exam, where in each chapter has e some aprroximate number of questions to be answered upon?
things that you will learn in WCD preparations, will be actually used by you in job. so its rather a LEARN & APPLY process rather than LEARN & PASS proccess.

so try to read whatever you can.
 
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