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Yea! I finally got up enough nerve to take the test...and pass.
I was a little disappointed with the result, I wanted at least 80%. However, I much more pleased with it than I am disappointed. Good enough says it all!
What did I study? Well, jqplus was a big help, although I'd like to see more on inner classes. The thread questions might be better if they were tougher as well. On the other hand, I got 80% on Threads so it might not matter.
Believe it or not, I found Java in a Nutshell to be a useful review guide, emphasis on review. The big fault in it is that the latest version puts awt in Java Foundation Classes.
I would recommend www.examcram.com for the question of the day. Even when I wasn't studying, the daily emails were a good reminder to not give up.
I read both RHE and Exam Cram. I should have read both of them more however.
Best of luck to everyone still studying!
Paul R
 
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congratulations Paul. i got the same percentage and am not much happy too.anyways its celebration time for u!!!so enjoy.
 
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congratulations , Paul Ralph. Great news. All the very best for the future.
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Congrats!!
 
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Congratulations Paul
 
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Congratulations, Paul
 
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Congratulations Paul R
Do you intend to move to SCJD ???
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Congratulations, Paul. Great score and don't feel bad at least you passed the test.
 
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Alright Paul!!
 
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Congratulation paul . Great score
 
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Congradulations great score
 
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