Johannes, that's not the reaction they're aiming for: you're supposed to be overwhelmed with the irresistable impulse to go buy the book, read it over the weekend (all 600+ pages) and then ace the test next week.
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I'm overwhelmed with the irrestitable impulse to run screaming from this book. The questions and the explanation of the answers read like the goal of the book was to express ideas in the most tedious, annoying, and uppity language possible. Ugh. I got 5 right, by the way.
I understood all of the questions, but I only got 5 right. The last one seems especially designed to be humiliating, becuase unless you know your history you've only got a 1 in 5 chance of getting it right. As a selling point for his book, I think it's pretty poor. As a test of your understanding of UML it's somewhat better. Paul R
Yes. The actual exam. Of course I don't do it all alone. There is a small group of us. We usually pick questions for two exams and the examinees get one of the two exams. Then we get Nedelsky ratings and the whole bit after the students are finished.
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