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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Express SQL Learning Mission

    Dear Friends,

    First of all I'm ashamed of myself to ask this help from u. Actually this is something that should be done by me long time ago.ok so its enough of that and I'm going to get to the point directly.....

    I am a second year Uni student and I failed Database Management Systems Subject as per today.

    I have my repeat exam in one week and I must get through it somehow to go to 3rd year.

    I actually not that bad @ sql but not so confident in writing Stored Procs, Functions and Transactions and Concurrency Control.

    And the Syllabus also included the internal structure of a DBMS. I need to cover that part as well.

    I can get the theory part done as it is already in me that I only have to polish it up.

    WHAT IM ASKING FROM YOU IS A GOOD ONLINE TUTORIAL, OR A SHORT BOOK OR ANYTHING THAT I CAN PRACTICE WRITING SQL QUERIES, STORED PROCEDURES, FUNCTIONS, AND OTHER TRANSACTIONS AND ALL OF IT.I ACTUALLY NEED TO UNCOVER MYSELF TO VARIOUS DIFFERENT DIFFERENT SQL QUERY MANIPULATIONS AND USAGES.

    [PLEASE UNDERSTAND IM NOT A BEGINNER AND IM IN SOME KIND OF GOOD CONDITION]

    PLS HELP ME MY GOOD FRIENDS......CUZ I ONLY HAVE TIME LESS THAN ONE WEEK.

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    Do you have exercises from your course materials? Assignments, examples, book contents, etc. These would be by far the best place to start, since they will probably be the backbone of the content that will make up your exam.

    Give that a try... If you can't find material, give it a second try! If that fails, ask your professor or one of their assistants for their suggestions. It is in their best interest to have you succeed because if you try to succeed and you fail the class, then by definition they have failed in their teaching responsibilities.

    They may well push you harder than you've ever been pushed before. Keep in mind that if you genuinely try to pass the test, then your success is the ONLY measure of their success.

    -PatP
    In theory, theory and practice are identical. In practice, theory and practice are unrelated.

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