VB Tests

I will be taking a test tomorrow for VB.  It is a 25 question test, but I have no idea what it will cover.  Can anyone give me any study tips?
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Whose test..what test?
1. Know the 'built in' controls, and what they do.

2. Know VB vocabulary ... things like zorder, dynaset, snapshot, etc.

3. Know the code functions/statements : Select case, different loop types, string functions, etc.

4. Know how to create functions and procedures.

5. Know what should go in modules and what should go in forms.

6. Be prepared to think your way through a couple of requested algoritms.

7. Know something about error trapping.

If you know VB, you can brush up on these types of things and do OK. If you don't really know VB, its only luck if you read the right things do perform well on a test by tomorrow.

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ArmanditoAuthor Commented:
Thanks vettranger.  I'll keep accepting a few more comments, and if no one else is more helpful then you'll get the points.  
Juilette, the test is for a job opening.  It isn't multiple choice.  It is open answer.
Best of luck with it, and let us know how you do. The suggestions I made came from a little 'phone interview' question set that a client asked me to review a few years ago. I think it was about 25-30 question too, so there might be some similarities.
thanks vettranger

  best of luck.but remember just know some concepts knoledge about ActiveX componets including in-process and out-process.
ArmanditoAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the help!
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