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SCEA Part III

 
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Hi SCEA Ranchers !

Need some help on Part III.

I have uploaded my part II; planning to appear on part III in couple days.

I have few questions regarding part III:
1. How many lines(answer) we need to write for each essay question?
2. In examination center, would center provide a word document and questions?
3. I heard the questions are based on non-fuctional requirement. can you please confirm.

Please help

Thanks in advance,
-DRaikar
 
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To answer your questions:

1) There's no 'good' or 'bad' amount for answering the question. I'd go with the general guide that one uses for any time you're asked to answer such a thing in length - enough to get the point across, and no more than that. You'll want to explain yourself fully, but only you can figure out if that requires a paragraph or a page.

2) They provide you with an interface for entering the answers. It was fairly simple like most web-forms, with the question on the page and a text-entry field for entering your text, and an ability to save the information while you're going along through it (so you're not forced to enter one long answer and pray nothing bad happens).

3) I will not confirm or deny - that would be giving information on the exam that we are not permitted to distribute.

Good luck!
 
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Thanks for the response. I appreciate it.

-DRaikar
 
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