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Preparing for SCWCD

 
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Hi Guys,

I'm currently preparing for SCWCD. I've only got barely 1.5 month (8 weeks) to prepare as I'm already booked for the exam on mid-January.

Please advise what is the best way to review when using HFSJ 2nd edition? Do I just have to read it as many times as I can? (of course with good understanding) Looks like the code samples in the book aren't that complete for you to run them.

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Jart
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Do I just have to read it as many times as I can?


I was about to ask you if you were some kind of machine, before reading "(of course with good understanding)" I think that the problem is not how many times you read it, but how well you immerse yourself into it. Many ranchers seem to read it 2 or 3 times. I'm too lazy for such exercise

Looks like the code samples in the book aren't that complete for you to run them.


I think it's fine to have incomplete snippet, to force you to make samples yourself.

Good luck.
 
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