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hi every body
now i am planning to give written exam with in this week.
all those who have cleared scjd.kindly forward your questions
which were asked in written exam.
also sugests me some good sites regarding the prepration.
thanks in advance
pooja vij
 
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You don't have to know what you will be asked. As long as you were the one who wrote your project, then you will know the answers. If you remember what you wrote in your design decisions file, you will be fine.
In my opinion, the only reason that they have the written exam is to verify that you are the one who wrote your project. Because they will match your answers to see if it matches your project.
I took mine the same day I uploaded it. They will not begin testing your project until you have taken the written exam.
 
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