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UML is required for SCEA leval 1  RSS feed

 
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Hello All,
Could any of you tell me, is it require to know UML to appear SCEA leval 1.
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Rameshkumar
 
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Yes - you will normally get a couple of questions on UML and they are pretty easy if you are familiar with UML.
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Hi Angus MacCuish,
Thanks for ur quick reply. Could you also explain me with some small example, like what sort of question will be asked regarding UML. Which will be helpful for my preparation
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Rameshkumar
 
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You may expect to see questions related to design patterns documented using UML diagrams. Looking at the diagram you are required to identify the standard pattern and answer some questions related to that pattern.
Some of us have also seen an elementary domain object model shown as an UML diagram and you are required to identify the relationships such as - is a, has a, is a type of etc. Sequence diagrams are not uncommon either - it is a good idea to become familiar with various constructs used in sequence diagrams such as = conditional invocation (guarded invocations) , return values, extends/includes/invokes scenarios etc.
Hope that helps.
[ March 15, 2004: Message edited by: Ajith Kallambella ]
 
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Thanks Ajith,
So you mean it would be better to learn UML indepth right?.
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Rameshkumar
 
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Yes !
 
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