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Passed the exam with 77%

 
Mahesh Bansal
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Today I passed the SCJP exam with 77%.
The exam is not very tough and not too easy also but it does require a lot of attention and fundamentals to be sound. I had used JQ+ and would recommend the same because at least 4 - 5 questions very also almost similar. I would like to thanks all the ranchers (Tulla Khan, Carol) by providing me support in time of need. I was not using JLS but strongly recommend to everyone because I had read only one chapter and it was simply great. Books do not highlight compilation error and it does them very much.
Thanks to all the ranchers once again.

Mahesh Bansal
 
Pravin Panicker
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That's great Mahesh.Tell me one thing did you have any question on Images and GridBagLayout?
I'll be giving it next week.I was'nt referring JLS till now but
I'll take your advice.
Best wishes for a great Java career!
By The Way what does GreenHorn and Ranchhead indicate & how do you qualified for it ?
Regards,
-- Pravin
 
Mahesh Bansal
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Thanks. But Images are certainly not there GridBagLayout is there. but the question is very basic. I do not know about Ranch Hand and Green Horn. I think Javaranch has a policy based on the responses to the queries you give.
You can also refer to velu's notes also. They are almost without error and serve as a purpose of immediate cross reference at times. That saves a lot of timing in compiling your own notes.

Mahesh
 
Jane Griscti
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Congratulations Mahesh
Pravin, When you first join JavaRanch you are a 'greenhorn'; after you made 30+ posts you will be automagically promoted to 'ranch hand'

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lucy Fu
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Congratulations Mahesh .
What's JLS for ? It's mean Java Langauge Spec.?
What's velu's notes ? Where can find it?
Lucy

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Mahesh Bansal
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Yes Lucy JLS is Java Language Specification.
I do not have the link for Velu Notes but if you do search in the certification study I think you should be able to find it.
Bye
Mahesh
 
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