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Raghav Mathur
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hi all
i've been preparing for scjp2 for the last 20 days . It will take 20 more days to complete the topics. After that i obvoiusly want to work on some mock exams . Which mock exams or stimulators are closest to the actual exam in terms of marking schemes .
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Fei Ng
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For me... that would be Marcus green and RHE.
 
Barry Richards
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Don't miss the following:
Marcus Green from http://www.jchq.net
JTips from http://www.jtips.net
Javacaps from http://www.javacaps.com
J@Whiz from http://www.whizlabs.com
You will surely achieve the desired score with all the above
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Angela Narain
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Check the below site for list of mock exams available on net :
http://www.geocities.com/nityananda_mukherjee/
-Angela Narain
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Raghav Mathur
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hi
thanks a lot FEI NG , Barry and Angela
Besides these , do you recomend jq+ and j@whiz?
if yes then do tell me . Also can you please tell me about the marking scheme for scjp2 . ok .... let me be more clear .

I've tried many of these mocks earlier . What i found was that if a question comprises of 4 option and we are suppose to click on all possible answers, and if we , by mistake leave even one option , then we loose all the marks for that pirticular question . Does this happen in the actual exam ? . or we do get some points for the ones we checked correctly .

thanks in advance

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Manfred Leonhardt
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Hi Raghav,
It's all or none. If it requires choosing 3 correct answers out of 5 and you only get 2 correct then you got the question wrong.
This resembles real life and promotes the difference between academia (partial credit) and work (crash and burn).
Regards,
Manfred.
 
Raghav Mathur
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ok ................ now i,am scared
thanks anyways .
Originally posted by Manfred Leonhardt:
Hi Raghav,
It's all or none. If it requires choosing 3 correct answers out of 5 and you only get 2 correct then you got the question wrong.
This resembles real life and promotes the difference between academia (partial credit) and work (crash and burn).
Regards,
Manfred.

 
Tom Stevns
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Go to the javaranch mock exams and try the 3 tests from
Marcus Green, 1 from John Hunt and the 19 hard questions as
well
My failure was to underestimate following topics
Declarations and Access control + Fundamentals
Regards Tom Stevns Nielsen

SCJP certified
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Dave Vick
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Originally posted by Tom Stevns Nielsen:
Go to the javaranch mock exams ...

And here is how to get there:
mock exams
the ones I used were Marcus' and JQ+, found both to be very helpful.


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Dave
Sun Certified Programmer for the Java� 2 Platform
 
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