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need ur help

 
karim samani
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hi guyz am going 4 scjp end of this month
i need ur help
can i have jwhiz ?? cav anyone e-mail me jwhiz
i haven,t time 2 order jwhiz2
i have only 5 dayz plzzzzzzzz plzzzz help me
plzzz plzzz help me
mu e-mail addy is karim_am@hotmail.com ,karim_samani@hotmail.com
plzzzzzzzzzz help me
plzzz help me
plzzz help me
take care
bye
need ur help
plzz reply
 
Barry Richards
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Its really sad to hear ppl asking for s/w like jwhiz, jq+ on mail for free.
Karim,
If you really want to prepare with it and want to purchase, you can do it - 5 days are enough for you. If you want it o/w, i am sure you won't be helped.
Regards
rich
 
karim samani
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Originally posted by Barry Richards:
Its really sad to hear ppl asking for s/w like jwhiz, jq+ on mail for free.
Karim,
If you really want to prepare with it and want to purchase, you can do it - 5 days are enough for you. If you want it o/w, i am sure you won't be helped.
Regards
rich

from where i can buy it
i live pakistan
and i don,t have credit card plzzz help
can send money but i will take time plzzzz help
 
Fei Ng
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karim , you just can't do that.
Use the free mock exams!!!
They are also good.
I passed only using the free ones.
 
Gregory Garrison
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I've been using the AppliedReasoning Mock exam and reviewing the chapters in Khalid and Exam Cram. For every wrong answer on AppliedReasoning I then review that chapter in one of the books. The GUI and questions on AppliedReasoning are quite good. AppliedReasoning is linked on JavaRanch's site at http://www.javaranch.com/mock.jsp.
[This message has been edited by Gregory Garrison (edited November 23, 2001).]
 
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