How did every1 find the CPT4 today?
I thought that it was much harder than Jan 2002,2003 and June 2002. Some of the topics asked about we hadnt even learnt. Bloody teachers!!
p.s. why are fixed point better than floating point in some situations???
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- 16-06-2003 14:47
- 16-06-2003 15:32
I thought this exam was much easier than any of the other past papers I have done.
At least it didnt have any algorithms to put data through, and they didnt ask us to make an algorithm either.
I reckon it went quite well. It was much easier than CPT5. That question about the NHS in CPT5 was really strange. Took me about 5 minutes to figure out 1 question.
Originally posted by Unregistered
- 16-06-2003 17:13
That question about the NHS in CPT5 was really strange. Took me about 5 minutes to figure out 1 question.
- 16-06-2003 21:21
all i can say is thank sweet baby jesus, from what i revised and understood, it was soooo easy, infact , i think it may have been too easy, and when i get my results back i wont be too surprised to see a big fat X on it. but still me saying its easy just meant i was lucky enough to have read the write pages last night in revision :-P
- 16-06-2003 21:57
QUOTE: p.s. why are fixed point better than floating point in some situations???
I just said that not all CPUs have a floating point unit, and that fixed point is faster to calculate.