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Passed with 94% and more lessons to tell...

 
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Last Friday, I sat the sjcp and passed.
The questions are not so hard and tricky, but be careful and be focused on the objective outline.
Inner class and Thread are the most difficult ones.
Pay attention to the "constructor arguments" for anonymous class.
and Lock mechanism for Threads in synchronization.
you won't have much code, but you need to be very understanding of the theory and application.
And last I am not satisfied with the GUI of the real exam, which is different from most Mock exams, so you got to be flexible and quick in viewing.
The javaranch are talking more deeper and harder than the real exam, which is both good for the exam and your future job, that is the destination for all the certificates by ourselves, isn't it?
Best luck for all,
Michae Y. Lin
 
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Moving this to Programmer Certification Results forum
 
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Congratulations. Michael, That is an impressive score.
One question. What do you mean by "constructor arguments" for anonymous class. As I understand anonymous inner class can't have any constructor because they are anonymous.
Look forward to your reply.
 
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refer to the RHE book, in the charpter about Inner class.
it has good explaination.
 
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Hearty contratulations Michael!
Best wishes,
Ajith
 
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Dear Michael Lin,
Great score, All the best for the future. I am giving JCP next WEEK. Do you know any materials online which could help me.
Thanks
 
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follow the link provided by the javaranch, or have a search on the key words Mock exam.

Originally posted by ashish gode:
Dear Michael Lin,
Great score, All the best for the future. I am giving JCP next WEEK. Do you know any materials online which could help me.
Thanks


 
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congrats. good score . keep it up & all the best for the future.
 
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