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I have studied for Java Certification from: Complete Java Certification 2 by Simon,Heller
Is this book alone sufficient for me to pass the exam.??
excluding the mock exams.??
 
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Originally posted by sonir shah:
I have studied for Java Certification from: Complete Java Certification 2 by Simon,Heller
Is this book alone sufficient for me to pass the exam.??
excluding the mock exams.??


Why pass,if you do it seriously,with the right approach and determination RHE alone is sufficient to get high score.
Mock exams practice helps you keep cool and concentrate in your final exam.In another thread you have asked about jq+.
So i suggest this is the best combination:
RHE and jq+
also give Marcus Green's 3 mock exams at jchq.net
regards,
leena
 
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dont aim for passing
aim for minimum 85%.
and dont do all the mock....
do only selected ones.....
vipul
 
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HI shah
i think RHE alone is not suffiient atlest for some topics which could have been explained well in other books..
Do as many mock exams as possible but good ones, not all...it can help u learn more things..like jawaroski, Marcus, Abhilasha's, jtips, javaprepare, RHE,john hunt's, go4java..
donn't worry they will just test your basic knowledge..

good Luck
kavita
 
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My list:
1)Marcus
2)Jtips
3)RHE
in that order.
Good luck on your exam.
 
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