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Passed SCJP2

 
srinivasan ganesan
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Hi everyone,
I passed the SCJP2 exam yesterday. Though I did not come out with flying colors, I did manage to make it. The exam was not tough at all. I started learning java like 5 months ago and I was very skeptical whether I would actually pass the exam. But to my surprise I found the questions not very intimidating. I would like to advise all the future aspirants not to panic cos the exam is not that bad as you would expect. I would like to thank all the people here for making this site an excellent resource for people like me.
srinivas
 
Pratiti Naphade
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that's great shrinivasan!!congrtas
 
srinivasan ganesan
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Thanks pratiti. I appreciate it.
srinivas
 
atul kashyap
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congratulations for clearing the certification.
I am also preparing for the same, so i request you to send me the questions that you remember from the certification exam, so that i may get a feel of it and judge myself.
please mail the questions at loser@rediffmail.com
it'll be a great help and i'll be highly thankful to you
thanks in advance
[This message has been edited by Jim Yingst (edited April 01, 2001).]
 
Pratiti Naphade
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i too am attempting the exam on the 2 nd...any tips for me???and pls tell me what kind of Q should i expect regd Threads!!
thanks
 
Jyotsna Clarkin
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Congratulations Srinivas!
All the best in your career. And Enjoy!
regards,
Jyotsna

Hello Atul Kashyap
Please don't ask people to reveal the real questions from the certification. It is illegal. Rajesh Radh has given a similar and gentle answer to YOUR question in a different thread.

Atul,
I am sorry. According to the rules, I should not disclose any of the questions to others. I am really sorry.
I have a humble advise. Your goal should not be just passing the exam and it should be "understanding Java language and OO concepts" very well. Please do not feel otherwise. Try to do as many questions that you can from Mock exams. This will really help you.
Thanks,
Rajesh

Also please check this post
Warning - about asking for or posting "real" questions. http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum44/HTML/000232.html
If you need help preparing for the exam then javaranch is good, friendly place and you find a lot of help in the discussion forums.
regards,
Jyotsna
 
atul kashyap
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thanks jyotsna for the information. i am new here so i really didn't know about it.
it won't be repeated
thanks a lot
 
Vegad Arvind
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Congrats Srinivashan !!!
Avi
 
shailesh sonavadekar
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Srinivasan. Very , very good score. Great Achievement.
All the very best for the future.
I also very impressed with your humble reply & Jyothsna' explaination to Atul. People like you & Jyothsna & all others following the guidelines will make this site really friendly & informative Place . Great Work.
Your Friendly Bartender
Shailesh.
 
srinivasan ganesan
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Thanks guys. I appreciate it. While I can't give out the questions, I would advise you to have a good idea of how threads work. Try to familiarise yourselves as how the different instance methods of threads work (including join) and also as how threads are handled when 2 threads are started simultaneously and a block of code is synchronized in it.
srinivas
 
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