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Mock exam for the written test

 
S?ren Mors
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Hi
I have uploaded my assignment, and am ready for the written test. Can anybody tell me what to expect, or point me towards a sample og the exam.
I have been told that the questions are rather easy for someone who has actually done the programming assignment themself, is that correct?
Thanks in advance for any answers.
 
Prakash Krishnamurthy
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That is correct. The written exam is too easy. Questions are like
Did you use RMI? if so, why?
How did you handle locks ?
 
Andrew Monkhouse
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Hi S�ren,
Welcome to JavaRanch.
As Prakash said - the exam is really easy. The examples that Prakash gave are also reasonable.
Just re read your design choices document. You should find that every question on the exam is something that is already covered in your design document. If not, you may want to make a note when answering the exam question that it is not covered in your design choices document, and then go on to answer the question based on what you really did do.
I would recommend that you try and keep your exam answers as similar to how you wrote the design choices document as possible. Don't elaborate or discuss something that is not in the document. The exam is only there to prove that you wrote your submission. So as long as the answers on the exam match what you wrote in your design choices document you should be fine. Make them different and you could be in trouble.
Regards, Andrew
 
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