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Passed 86%

 
David Roberts
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My goal was 61% so 86 was a plesent suprise. I was scoring fairly low on JQPlus, averaging between 65-71%. I tend to do better on real tests though, I guess.
- David
 
shilpa gupta
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CONGRATS DAVID
that's a greatscore.
tell me in what depth did you prepare for awt(esp gridbaglayout) & I/O .
shilpa
 
Dominic Steng�rd
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Congratulations David on you great achievement!
I whish you all the best for your Java career!
Regards
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Dominic Steng�rd
Sun Certified Java 2 Programmer
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kaffo lekan
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please what is the ratio of Questions with codes to Questions without codes in the exam.
please give advice and suggestion
 
Charles Talbott
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Congratulations David!
 
Sridevi Shrikanth
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Congratulations David
 
sachin agashe
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congrats!
any tips..
agassidon@usa.net
thanks.
sachin
 
Sai Ram9
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Hi david,
Did u try taking other Mock tests over the net? where can i find jqplus?
 
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My tips would be:
1. For every question you miss in a mock exam, find the right answer and force yourself to understand why it's the right answer.
2. Use memory tricks to remember the simple stuff like:
PIC (The order of Package, Import, Class)
3. JQPlus was the closest in difficulty I could find to the real test.
4. Write things down during the test. Marking is good, but sometimes you'll make a complete guess, write down the number of the question with a clue to what is was about. You may find another question the answers it for you.
5. Take your time, don't worry about the time. Most people could finish in 90 minutes, so now that it's 120 minutes, you'll have plenty of time left to review later.
6. Schedule the test. You'll never take it unless you schedule it. I scheduled a week in advance so I would for myself to cram rather then sit around and wonder when I would get the nerve to take it. If you fail, your better off, having seen what your in for.
Those were my concepts anyway. Luck plays a part as well. I received a lot of questions that were demonstrating the same concepts as the JQPlus questions. In fact, probably 20 questions were extremely simular, but definitly different.
- David
 
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