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Paased the exam

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Thanks  guys for all the gud wishes and help and now I am CERTIFIED LABVIEW  ASSOCIATE DEVELOPER
 
 
Thanks again
 
 
CLAD
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I took a practice one on line, and I got like 60%, since it covers such a wide range of topics, what is the best way to prepare for it?
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I took the practice test a few times (making sure not to pass) and took screen shots of every quesion that i had not come accross before.  I then simply compiled a booklet made sure all of my answers were correct and studied the questions a couple days before the test.
Mark Mutton
Electrical Engineer
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Oh cool! congragulations!

Just now, in your old post, I had enquired how you had fared at CLAD test

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First, Congratulation Labviewmission.
"joeycao" <x@no.email> wrote in message news:1164915607732-448130@exchange.ni.com...
I took a practice one on line, and I got like 60%, since it covers such a wide range of topics, what is the best way to prepare for it?



My advise would be to forget everything you learned about LabVIEW, and read the basic and advance course.


For the CLD exam, I can only advise to practice for 4 years, 20 hours a week. It's hard.


Regards,


Wiebe.
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Wiebe wrote "For the CLD exam, I can only advise to practice for 4 years, 20 hours a week. It's hard."
 
Ditto that!
 
And for the CLA, 6 years at 40 hours a week (after studying the Advanced course material) should fine. Smiley Surprised
 
Ben
 
 
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:For CLAD according to my experience, I would suggest

1)Study evrything in the basic 1 and 2. Dont think about the Topics mentioned (bcoz) I got questions from topics that were not covered in Topic list but were present in Basic 1 and 2.

2)Try to read through the lines and practise using the functions and other stuff you never used

3)Give fundamental test. Practise on it as much as possible.Analyze your each mistake. .Find out correct answers.

4)Have a good nite sleep before the exam (Dev recomended me and it helped)

And leave rest to GOD

 

If you have 1 year of experience working with LABview  , you should ne able to get through it....

Weibe & Ben,

 

Thanks for the advice on CLD and CLA   (My next Targets)

 

Regards

 

CLAD
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A bouquet of balloons and a twenty-one kazoo salute in your direction!
 
eric
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Hi Mark,

 

Can to share ur compilation?

 

Regards,

Bee Kwang

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Sorry but that was almost three years ago and i didn't end up saving that word doc.  Best of luck!
Mark Mutton
Electrical Engineer
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