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padma wundavalli
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Hi,
yesterday I passed SCJP with 89%. I used the Robert Heller book. I have about 4 years of vb programming experience. No oo exp. Learnt java as self study. Prepared for a month for exam. The sites www.javaprepare.com and www.javaranch.com are very helpful. I have gone thru Marcus Green's notes, his exams, Mr. Vel's notes and about 20 mock exams. I just baought the JQPlus one week ago and did all the exams only once. But learnt a lot from them. I got lot of questions from it. File I/o is the one topic I was always confused and I think I lost in that only.
Thank you for all.
Padma
 
deepak1
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Good Score padama congrats...
i m taking the exam on 24th feb ..
give me some useful tips...
deepak
Originally posted by padma wundavalli:
Hi,
yesterday I passed SCJP with 89%. I used the Robert Heller book. I have about 4 years of vb programming experience. No oo exp. Learnt java as self study. Prepared for a month for exam. The sites www.javaprepare.com and www.javaranch.com are very helpful. I have gone thru Marcus Green's notes, his exams, Mr. Vel's notes and about 20 mock exams. I just baought the JQPlus one week ago and did all the exams only once. But learnt a lot from them. I got lot of questions from it. File I/o is the one topic I was always confused and I think I lost in that only.
Thank you for all.
Padma


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shailesh sonavadekar
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Padma , Congratulations . All the very best for the future. hang around & help others. What you have decided for the future.

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shailesh sonavadekar
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Deepak1 , Welcome to Javaranch.
PROPER NAMES ARE NOW REQUIRED
Deepak , Please refer to the Official Naming Policy Of javaranch. You have to reregister yourself with Proper First & last name & help maintain the decorum of the forum.
So , waiting for your posts with Proper First & last Names.


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padma wundavalli
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Thnak for all the wishes.
I haven't planned for anything further. I am planning to take a job preferably in vb & aSP or Java. If I get in java then after oneyear I may think about the developer exam.
For the exam, just reading from any exam book only not only enough, from my experience. You have to lot of mock exams and write programs to understand and to get the doubts clear. I suggest JQPlus software, which very reasonable price and most useful I have seen. I just bought it one week before and did oly once. I wish I shouldv'e known about it little earlier.
Good luck.
Padma
 
Ajith Kallambella
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Congratulations Padma!
Best wishes,
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Ajith Kallambella M.
Sun Certified Programmer for the Java�2 Platform.
IBM Certified Developer - XML and Related Technologies, V1.
 
padma wundavalli
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Hi Ajith,
Thank you for the wishes. I am thinking of IBM XML cert also. I am really greatful to this site and the people.
Bye
Padma
 
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