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John Hunt's mock exam?

 
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Hi, everyone:
Some people on this forum suggest to take the John Hunt's
mock exam. But I found that this mock exam is for
SUN Certified Java Programmer 1.1.--the OLD version.
So is it neccesary to try that mock exam for taking
the Java2 cert. exam?
Need your advice.
Thank you.
 
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Hi,
It certainly doesn't hurt to take that mock test. It's true that some questions relate to the old version of the exam, but you can always leave those questions (that's what I did). And remember that this test is easier than the real exam. I got 80% in this test (considering the unanswered questions as wrong answers even if they are not part of the exam objectives), and 76% in the real test.
Hope that was helpful. All the best.
Ahmed.
 
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