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The Official DSA Theory Test for Car Drivers and the Official Highway Code 2012
The Official DSA Theory Test for Car Drivers and the Official Highway Code 2012
by Driving Standards Agency (Great Britain)
Edition: Paperback

23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Avoid Being In the Loser Group!, 18 Dec. 2011
47 / 50 !!!!!

Yes, that was my test score on the test after using this book. This tells the whole story.

The exact same questions on the test.

On a personal note, when you first sit for the test, there naturally is a high level of stress...at least for me as I abhor standardized testing and do terrible on them. Then, when you immediately realize, the book in format and questions has matched the real test, there is a sense of relief.

But, a word of caution...You must put the hours into studying the book, its contents and read the explanations. And, do get and use the free download extras they provide.

Also, get the traffic signs book as it is just as good. For an experienced driver from another country, it really does makes sense of all the UK traffic signs and road markings.


The iPhone Developer's Cookbook: Building Applications with the iPhone 3.0 SDK (Developer's Library)
The iPhone Developer's Cookbook: Building Applications with the iPhone 3.0 SDK (Developer's Library)
by Erica Sadun
Edition: Paperback
Price: £33.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars General Review, 27 Aug. 2010
I have spent the last 4 months developing my iPhone application. I am a novice iPhone programmer with no prior programming experience except for some college Fortran programming many years ago. So for everybody new to the iPhone development experience, there is a huge and yet doable learning and experience curve.

This book is a definite buy once you have done some basic learning. It takes you to another level. It gives you ideas so you can enhance your application. As a side benefit for those who struggle like me in learning the syntax of Xcode, it gives you new looks at syntax structure. It also gave me thoughts on items I needed to learn in the official Apple documentation.

The book also describes topical matter in more detail. For example, all books generally discuss the app distribution, preparation and uploading process. This book provided more description and hints when I had problems with the uploading. Same example, for my implementation of StoreKit, it gives you more description and hints.
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