I just took the exam and passed with 98%. I spent 8 weeks studying (I already knew some java prior to this). I studied RHE, Exam Cram and Jaworski. I think RHE was the most helpful. I also took 20+ mock exams. The ones closest to my actual score were: JQuest, Javaprepare.com, RHE exam (on CD with book) and Jval. I think the RHE is the best mock exam because the questions are most like the real exam and you don't have to worry about mistakes (most mock exams I found on the web had several mistakes). My exam had the following types of questions (other than fundamentals): I/O 4 (including 1 about sockets) Thread 4-5 (including 1 about media tracker) Garbage collection 2 Layout Managers 4 (including 1 about grid bag) Surprisingly, I also had 8 questions that were fill in the blank!! The focus is on fundamentals rather than constructors/methods for particular classes although you will get a few like that. Thanks to everyone here who answered my questions! [This message has been edited by lstrite (edited August 07, 2000).]
lstrite Congratulations for a great score. It's an achievement indeed. Hope to see you around and good luck for your future endeavours. bujji. plz tell me what is meant by RHE.send back to firstname.lastname@example.org
om & padmini , this seems to be very old thread. I think there are many naming policy voilators are also there. but , they may not be around as the thread is very old thread. I am moving this thread to Certification results forum which I feel is appropriate forum. Regarding your question of using quotes or not , there is alot of discussion in Results forum , which will be useful to you. or you can start the new thrad there. Thus , I am closing the thread also. I hopw this is acceptable to all. Your Friendly Bartender Shailesh.
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