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What to expect about the written test

 
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Guys,

I am approaching the final leap in my coding work for the SCJD and one thing remains fuzzy to me. I don�t know exactly what to expect to find in the written test.

If there is anyone here that has already been through this phase, I would be pleased If you can share your experience.

All that I know is that there are some written questions about the assignment and that the purpose is to identify you as the real author of the project. Nevetheless, it is quite generic. Would someone have a more specific description or hint about how to prepare for this test?

Regards,

Paulo Crestani.
 
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Originally posted by Paulo Crestani:
Would someone have a more specific description or hint about how to prepare for this test?



They are going to ask you some (arround 4) questions about your solution. Did you use RMI or sockets and explain why?, for example. Most of the questions you should already have answered in your choices.txt .

The best hint is to do this writen exam as early as posible after you upload your assignment.

The second hint is to review your choices documentation.

The third hint is that you should not worry to much. It will be very easy.
 
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Thanks very much Xabier.
 
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you will get some quesion idea here
http://www.informit.com/articles/article.aspx?p=101594&redir=1&rl=1

as well you can practise those quesion of your choicess with advantage and disadvantage
 
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The test just confirms whether it is indeed you who has done the assignment, you do not have to worry.
 
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