I'm about to submit the my coursework assessment and am pretty confident about it (in fact I think I probably over engineered it a bit). However I have no idea what to expect from the exam part (which I'll probably do in the next week or so). Should I be thinking about doing some prep such as reading up on design patterns and the like or is simply being familiar with the design decisions document I've submitted enough? What do all those people that have sat the exam think? also is it possible to pass the coursework and then end up messing up the exam? thanks Lloyd
posted 12 years ago
Hi Lloyd, Welcome to JavaRanch and this forum! Being familiar with the design decisions document you've submitted (and more generally with the way you implemented your assignment) is enough for the essay part. Its main goal is just to prove that you as the submitter is the guy who actually wrote the application. Regards, Phil.
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