Good way to prepare for an object oriented job test

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    All the best for the results. What company was it by the way ?
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    Ultimate Software.

    The programming test was pretty simple though with someone looking on it was a little uncomfortable, and the fact I was wearing a stuffy suit while everyone was wearing nice comfortable clothes ;b.
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    So I got the offer and accepted it, start next week.

    I don't know what kind of team I'll definitely be on but it was proposed an architecture team that involves a lot of testing. I'm not sure how much programming that entails but I was told there were several options, but this was one of the more heavy ones that will help in the long run. I'm a little worried it's less programming but the guy who called said he'd get a clarification, and knows I'm geared more towards the programming side. Who knows.
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    Hey, congrats. I don't really fancy a tester's job. I haven't heard many good things about it. You might want to confirm with your recruiter as to what your job profile would be like. I personally wil start working next year after I complete my graduation
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    Congratulations. If you have the right skills and sufficient motivation, you should be able to progress to a better position within the company, even if your original place isn't exactly what you wanted. Or, you will have some work experience to talk about at the next interview.

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    well I was told that it's a pretty high-level position for interns. But he knows I'm looking for interesting programming work, so he may adjust accordingly seeing as there are several teams I can go to.
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