It's also very against the rules.
..at the exam.
Yup, if you remember any question at all you think will be useful for the rest of us, please post them here. You don't have to post the exact question, just mentioning the specific area alone is sufficient. It would be nice to maintain such a log for all future test takers..
Hi nonevent, the reason I said this is because the syllabus is quite vague, and the under-graduate comp. courses offered around the world differ very much in the areas they cover. So more information we have on what the exam is like the better.
What was asked for was the specific areas being questioned, things that may be new to some people whose course might have not covered the particular areas. For example, "there was a question on link-layer protocols that asked about...". So now someone knows that "link-layer" protocols is something that he/she has not learnt before. I don't see how this could violate any rule, because learning from past questions is something everybody does at every exam. In fact, most books on GRE (which some of us can't get hold of) provide questions to readers based direcly on experience of authors having taken the exam.
If you still find against the rules or unfair in anyway then we should certainly scrap this thread.
--diggle - [didn't mean to violate any rule]
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