Roel De Nijs wrote:Hi Nick,
Congratulations champion! Great achievement Now it's time to relax a bit and have a (well-deserved) (or 2 or 3). And you clearly have already spoiled yourself with one of the Belgian beers
Thanks for sharing your experiences. Other ranchers will definitely benefit! Have 2 cows! One for sharing your experiences here and another one to make the effort to find a Belgian beer.
Don't forget to add your name to the OcajpWallOfFame!
nick woodward wrote:Resources
K&B 7 certification guide
Mala Gupta's certification guide
nick woodward wrote:Although I could've passed (albeit poorly) 6 months ago, two broken elbows and glandular fever meant I ended up taking about a year to do the exam
nick woodward wrote:I'd say it has a few *sneaky* questions, but it's not unrelenting in it's quest to trick you, like Enthuware or Roel .
nick woodward wrote:Apologies Roel if you're from Bruges! It was the only one I could find that wasn't like 8%+ !!
nick woodward wrote:(PS: it turns out that I'd completely overlooked the fact that one of my regular favourites is Oranjeboom - but I thought I'd go the extra mile and find something obscure )
nick woodward wrote:at least you aren't from bruge! (for anyone else - the beer is 'bruge fools' )
nick woodward wrote:and yep, will add my name soon!
thanks ramya - have you already taken yours?
Ramya Subraamanian wrote:So how was the toughness of the real exam when compared to enthuware mock tests
Ramya Subraamanian wrote:Is there a calculator in the real exam( for values like 2^31)
No! But you are not expected to be able to calculate these kind of values on the actual exam
Ramya Subraamanian wrote:I think there might be questions like these..does line1 cause CE. and if we dont know MAX_VALUE, we cannot answer these questions.
Very unlikely to happen!
The exam is no where near as hard as you think it is, if you're worried about that sort of topic/level of knowledge Ramya.