Cracking the AP Computer Science A & AB Exams

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Random House Information Group, 2006 - Computers - 488 pages
The Princeton Review realizes that scoring high on the AP Computer Science A & AB Exams is very different from earning straight A's in school. We don't try to teach you everything there is to know about computer science–only the strategies and information you'll need to get your highest score. In Cracking the AP Computer Science A & AB Exams, we'll teach you how to

·Use our preparation strategies to raise your score
·Master the program design, testing, and performance issues found on the exam
·Test your knowledge with review questions for each topic covered

This book includes 2 full-length practice tests, one each for Computer Science A and Computer Science AB. All of our practice questions simulate those you'll see on the actual exam, and we explain how to answer every question.

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Contents

JAVA FUNDAMENTALS
15
DEso1no TESTING AND PERFORMANCE
43
ObjectOriented Design and Programming
57
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Mehran Habibi is the coauthor of "The Sun Certified Java Developer Exam with J2SE 1.4" and "Cracking the AP Computer Science Exam, 2004-2005 Edition". He is
also an application architect with BankOne in Ohio, where he resides with his lovely wife, Angela. Mehran has over 9 years of IT experience, including positions with IBM, Executive Jet, UUNET, BankOne, and OCLC, in addition to working as a university lecturer, independent consultant, and Java certification
trainer. Technologies of interest to him include web services, wireless technologies, and XML/XSLT. Mehran's professional focus has been on architecture, project leadership, mentoring, team leadership, and programming from the mid-tier on back. Mehran holds certifications in both "The Other Company" and Java 2, and he graduated with a bachelor's of science degree in software engineering from the honors program at The Ohio State University.

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