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just passed with 74%

kennedy udida
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Thanks to javaranch,Marcus Green, Bill Brodgen, Khalid Mughal and javaCaps for
all the help.
The exam was easier than expected, a lot of codes.
saw some ambigous questions from java.awt package
plenty of time left.

I practised with a lot of mock exams(was scoring between 69% and 95%)like Jxam,JDcert,JQuest and others from from Marcus Green's site(www.jchq.net),
Javacaps(www.javacaps.com), lots of quiz from www.angelfire.com/or/abhilash/quiz/quiz5.html
and all the mock exams in the following books I used:
1)Java 2 certification by Robert,Heller, et al
2)Java 2 exam cram By Bill Brodgen
3)Java 2 programmer certification by Professor Khalid Mughal (Still the best-tough but just too Gooooood to miss)
4)Java 2 certification(published by McGraw Hill)
Here are tips for those yet to write:
Don't waste too much time on any question.
When a code extract is too long, quickly glance through the answers before returning to the code since this will give you an idea of what they are looking for.
GOODLUCK and don't stop until you start WINNING...
please where can I get study/exam materials for JDeveloper, I am currently moving on to the Oracle solution developer track which is a java implementation.
my e-mail is cyberbooks2000@yahoo.co.uk, or cybertouchsolutions@yahoo.co.uk
bill bozeman
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Congrats!!! Way to go.
I am moving this to the certification results forum.
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