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preparing for scjp

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I came to know about this forum only a few days ago and it is very helpful for my preps..
I am preparing for the exam with the following books...
Java-Complete reference,Jaworski and RHE...
I am covering lots of material everyday, but I do not know how to test myself(in other words, i am looking for mock exams)..
Ok,Ok there are lot of posting about mock exams in this forum, but what i would like to know is that the order in which we can take these exams...
(Easier ones to begin with and progressively more difficult)
can anyone send me some details on this aspect...
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Hi Sam,
Did you check Maha's mock exam site. She gives you an idea of the difficulty level.
Personnally, I would recommend you start with John Hunt's, then Majii's followed by Jamie Jaworski's, Marcus Green's (he has three) and Bill Brogden's.
Hope that helps.
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