hi everybody ohhhhhhhhhhh! eventually managed to come out of the test centre smiling. With ur wishes i passed with 98% just before a couple of hours . It wasn't that hard as i had thought. To all the future aspirants, i would say that the success depends on a nice combination of ur knowledge and the cool & concentration u keep during the test. Don't mind it if u are not a expert or u haven't done well in the trial mock exams before the test. If u are serious and willing to get a good score then believe me, u will definitely be coming with flying colors. Everything will work perfectly during the test, if u have confidence and apply all ur knowledge threads properly. In short and sweet, think globally, don't stick to one-point. The question may seem very tough at the first glance but the error may be so obvious (just waiting for u to be caught).that's it. i missed one question, on what? ur guess is right.. on threads! it wasn't too hard but i just couldn't decide the final answers with confidence. And that swallowed my century plans my hearty thanks to all fellow ranchers and the javaranch team! javaranch is the place where u can get the confidence, get ur problems solved...participating on this site really boosted my moral. All the ranchers have been very helpful. thanks! old posts of maha anna and ashik have also been very helpful...thanks to Gagan, Gurpreet, leena, galen, val, G.sun, ragu, jane, swati, roopa, vanitha, angela, sandeep desai, shyamsundar and all ranchers. I don't have words to express my feelings to all u pals..I remember very well that once i put a problem on threads and Gagan wrote a program more than 30 lines to explain the problem...so how can u feel problems when u have guys like Gagan??(Thanks Gagan!) I claim that u just need to put ur problem here and then see how people come to answer ur queries. so what next?? i think SCWCD may be an ideal choice.need ur advice, would u pl??
hey Ashok, Quite cool man ... WOW Congratulations to you .....! ! ! ! It is very important to keep your cool and concentrate on the Questions and answers too... That's what I understand from this .... yeah .. I am also an aspirant .... so hope to get it clear ... Thanks once again for your cool tips ... Laxmikant
Ashok, 98%!!! Wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww gr888888888888888888888888888888888888888888888 Ya go for SCWCD, I will join you soon(will give SCJP within next 20 days-& hopefully pass) All the Best for whatever u do
Congrats Ashok ....what a score!!! Share some shampane (i and Gagan could not finish the bottle that i baught from Jane last week! )....i feel ur smile when coming out from the exam hall... And yah SCWCD is a nice idea....
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Congratulationssss Ashok !!! a job done very very well !! wow 98% , chillest score i ever heard ( i guess da one q u lost , was only due to that preety Prometeric-Assistant , who was sitting next to u during exam ,lol , yeah , yeah i knw i was watching through cameras , lol . So now u knw , how to rock wid century in any of ur future cert ..lol ) yeah Ashik , i guess , bartender now need to come out wid more drinks , this one is almost finshed ! . Do ya hav more coupans? ( or cash , eh ?) lol ( yeah Ashok , its ur party , tho u feel free to invite dat prometric-assistant , n tell her how d she can make ppl losse marks.. lol ) Thankx Ashok ! thankx for everything u said about me n fellow ranchers. JavaRanch is such a wonderful place to discuss java things , I myself owe it so much , just like u , i also got very good replies , which motivated me . this is the place which keep da spirit growing ! yeah ,i also think , SCWCD is preety gud a idea , i myself will wait just one more week for job offer , and/or then jump start my prep of SCWCD . So , cya there n good luck for ur future endeavors !
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