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I am fail in the Exam

 
Ronyn Woods
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I really hate the thread, and the both == and equals,
I need you help,and wanna pass the exam by the end of
this month, God save me.
My sorce:
Declarations and Access Control ...75%
Flow Control, Exception Handling...57%
Garbage Collection ...0%
Fundamentals ...33%
Operators and Assignments ...42%
Overloading,Overriding ...42%
Threads ...42%
awt ...25%
lang ...50%
util ...100%
io ...40%
 
Rebecca Mathew
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Hello Ronyn,
Hard Luck about your result....But who says you cannot clear the second time....All the best for your IInd try.
Here's what I did for the exam.....it may help you as well. Inorder to improve your score in IO, you could try going through the Java API documentation. Start from the Input and Output stream and work your way down in the hierarchy (check which all classes extend I/O streams). Do the same with the Readers and Writers. It made things very clear to me. Which certification book are you using?? With the help of such a guide diffrentiate them into Low Level Streams and High Level Filter Streams. Then sit down and WRITE out all the constructors of the various classes. It is time-consuming....but worth the effort. Have a glance at the methods of the Low Level Streams.
As far as AWT is concerned, try to understand the difference between the five layouts.
If there is anything else that I can do to help please tell me. I am not all that good but I'll try.
All the best.
Rebecca

 
Jane Griscti
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Hi Ronyn,
Sorry to hear you didn't pass on your first attempt Have you gone through the Sun tutorials for the area's you're having problems with? Many people also find Bruce Eckels 'Thinking in Java' very good for fundamentals. Write as much code as you can to ensure you understand the basics.
Best of luck on your next attempt.
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Jane Griscti
Sun Certified Programmer for the Java� 2 Platform
 
Ronyn Woods
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Thank you for all,and i will go on my way.
 
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