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Finally...cleared (92%)...... Some tips

 
Sagar Sharma
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Dear Members,
Thank you for the support that u have given me. Interacting on this site did do wonders for me.
I did the following:
1) RHE (thoroughly)
2) API Documentation of important classes and Interfaces like Object, String, Math, Thread, Output/InputStream, Runnable, Serializable, List,Collection, Set, Map, AWTEvent, Adaptor Classes, Wrapper Classes etc.
3) Took part in javaranch's saloon almost daily.
4) Wrote code (about 100 codes)
5) JLS
6) Anil Bachi tutorial

I would also like to thank the moderators for their prompt assisstance.
About the exam....
1) Faced 4 questions with more than 20 lines of code but was still able to complete the test in 60 minutes.
2) java.util.Collection is where I floundered. I suggest going through 'Thinking in Java" for this topic atleast.
3) AWT was very easy and manageable.
4) got only 3 questions on thread.
5) Exception Handling was tough but i managed it.
6) certain questions were asked on operators/assignments which were tricky and involved a deep understanding of java fundamentals.
BOTTOMLINE.....Get ur fundas (Java Language Fundamentals...) in place and u would be able to pass out atleast.!!!1

All the best to all of you.

Bye
Cheers

Sagar Sharma
 
DD
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Congrats Sagar
Great News and a fabulous score
Regards,
Deb
 
shailesh sonavadekar
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Congratulations. It is really fantastic score. Please help other javaranchers with your invaluable experience.
SHAILESH
 
Sudhir Bangera
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Congrats Sagar....
 
saritha cheler
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Congrats sagar!! Its a grrreatt score!! How did u study to get such a score. Can u suggest some notes ,sites for the exam??
Originally posted by Sagar Sharma:
Dear Members,
Thank you for the support that u have given me. Interacting on this site did do wonders for me.
I did the following:
1) RHE (thoroughly)
2) API Documentation of important classes and Interfaces like Object, String, Math, Thread, Output/InputStream, Runnable, Serializable, List,Collection, Set, Map, AWTEvent, Adaptor Classes, Wrapper Classes etc.
3) Took part in javaranch's saloon almost daily.
4) Wrote code (about 100 codes)
5) JLS
6) Anil Bachi tutorial

I would also like to thank the moderators for their prompt assisstance.
About the exam....
1) Faced 4 questions with more than 20 lines of code but was still able to complete the test in 60 minutes.
2) java.util.Collection is where I floundered. I suggest going through 'Thinking in Java" for this topic atleast.
3) AWT was very easy and manageable.
4) got only 3 questions on thread.
5) Exception Handling was tough but i managed it.
6) certain questions were asked on operators/assignments which were tricky and involved a deep understanding of java fundamentals.
BOTTOMLINE.....Get ur fundas (Java Language Fundamentals...) in place and u would be able to pass out atleast.!!!1

All the best to all of you.

Bye
Cheers

Sagar Sharma

 
zaheer agadi
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Originally posted by Sagar Sharma:
Dear Members,
Thank you for the support that u have given me. Interacting on this site did do wonders for me.

I did the following:

1) RHE (thoroughly)
2) API Documentation of important classes and Interfaces like Object, String, Math, Thread, Output/InputStream, Runnable, Serializable, List,Collection, Set, Map, AWTEvent, Adaptor Classes, Wrapper Classes etc.
3) Took part in javaranch's saloon almost daily.
4) Wrote code (about 100 codes)
5) JLS
6) Anil Bachi tutorial


I would also like to thank the moderators for their prompt assisstance.

About the exam....

1) Faced 4 questions with more than 20 lines of code but was still able to complete the test in 60 minutes.
2) java.util.Collection is where I floundered. I suggest going through 'Thinking in Java" for this topic atleast.
3) AWT was very easy and manageable.
4) got only 3 questions on thread.
5) Exception Handling was tough but i managed it.
6) certain questions were asked on operators/assignments which were tricky and involved a deep understanding of java fundamentals.

BOTTOMLINE.....Get ur fundas (Java Language Fundamentals...) in place and u would be able to pass out atleast.!!!1


All the best to all of you.


Bye

Cheers


Sagar Sharma
 
zaheer agadi
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Hi can anyone tell me does scjp 1.3 new pattern contains questions on IO and AWT?are the questions equally divide on every exam objective?
 
Thomas De Vos
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Sagar,

Many congratulations, Excellent score.



Originally posted by zaheer agadi:
Hi can anyone tell me does scjp 1.3 new pattern contains questions on IO and AWT?are the questions equally divide on every exam objective?


There is no SCJP 1.3 exam.

The following exams exists:

  • SCJP 1.2 - Contains AWT and I/O - CX 310-025
  • SCJP 1.4 - No AWT and No I/O - CX 310-035
  • SCJP 5.0 - Reduced I/O - CX 310-055

  • There are also 2 upgrade exams.
     
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