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K&B Java 5: Chapter 3

 
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Hello..

I just completed reading Chapter 3 from K&B Java 5 book. I thought I understood the concept really well..but somehow i scored only 2 out of 14 in self test(following the chapter)..Its pretty clear, I need to revise the chapter again..but I was shocked to see my score because I scored very well in first two chapters self-tests.

Can anyone suggest any tips for studying Chapter 3 in specific. Any advices are welcomed.

Thanks.
 
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Originally posted by Ritika Agarwal:
Hello..

I just completed reading Chapter 3 from K&B Java 5 book. I thought I understood the concept really well..but somehow i scored only 2 out of 14 in self test(following the chapter)..Its pretty clear, I need to revise the chapter again..but I was shocked to see my score because I scored very well in first two chapters self-tests.

Can anyone suggest any tips for studying Chapter 3 in specific. Any advices are welcomed.

Thanks.




I prefer you read and re-read......

this is how i did and everytime i did, i found something new which i
missed earlier
 
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I usually find it helpful to read the same topic in another book. It gives you a different perspective. It might be less boring to read something else than reading the same thing again. Also, try to identify the reason why you missed a certain question and then clarify your understanding.
 
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