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relative importance of each exam objective

 
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SCDJWS objectives are categorized into 11 sections; some with several sub-sections and some with fewer subsections.

Is it valid to assume that the number of questions asked under each section in the exam is proportional to the number of subsections listed under the sections? In other words, how are the exam questions distributed among these sections.
[ January 27, 2005: Message edited by: Kaarthik Sivashanmugam ]
 
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Unfortunately, these figures have not been released by Sun. To date, there is no reliable way of knowing what the relative importance of each objective is...
 
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Umm... throughout my experience of certs, I feel that the exam objectives are not distributely equally in the exam... Well, I can't guarantee that this is for all exams... I think the difficulty is distributedequally, while the exam topics might not be...

Just my 2 cents...
 
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