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Hi Friends,

I am really sorry for posting this question again, but I am really having hard time answering the question on "API Contents"section.

I have bought Enthuware 6.0 and have given five standard exams so far. My scores are:

Test 1: 80
Test 2: 83
Test 3: 92
Test 4: 77 (Opps. Test 3 and Test 4 were given on the same day i.e. six hours + some study in between. So may be the concentration was not up to the mark.)
Test 5: 90

Most of the question I am missing are from the "API Contents" section. You know, its shown RED in the performance barchart. I am not even getting passing score in this objective.

Believe me, I have segregated the important API at one place and tried to dump the signatures of these into my mind. But this doesn't seem to be working for me.

How do you guys approach to this section? Any suggestions? Any good document/notes?

Thanks much,
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One option is doing some API related projects. So, you can remember the methods signatures.
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