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B Figueiredo
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I'm happy!
I just passed the test earlier today with a score of 83%. I must say that the words of Roopa Bagur were frightening (see earlier topic of today), but fortunately I did not experience anything the like (in fact, I doubt that anybody else has!)
The test tended to be easier than most of the pre-tests, I have seen during the last couple of weeks.
It was composed of the following number of questions:
The java.awt package: 4 questions
The java.io package: 5 questions
The java.util package: 4 questions
Threads: 7 questions
Overloading, overriding, runtime type, and object orientations: 20 questions
Language fundamentals: 8 questions
The rest of the questions were a mix of declarations, access control, flow control, garbage collection, the java.lang package, and more. These were not difficult; I scored a �clean sheet� in those categories.
Finally, let me recommend the �Sun Certified for Java 2.0 Study Guide� by the McGraw-Hill Companies. The CD covers about everything you need to know to pass the test. It also comes with a good database with several hundreds of questions.
Be sure to know Declarations and Access Control 100%, as well as Flow Control and Operators and Assignments. If you get them all right, you are pretty close to pass the test even if you find Threads and the java.awt and java.io packages to be daunting.
Good luck to all you Java-guys out there.
c�,) Figueiredo
 
Valentin Crettaz
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Congrats B Figueiredo
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Congrats B Figueiredo..Good Job..
I am sorry if I have frightened people with my exam experience..I did see one other person form yesterday's posts to my post who had a similar experience..
So don't be surprised just be prepared.
Originally posted by B Figueiredo:
I'm happy!
I just passed the test earlier today with a score of 83%. I must say that the words of Roopa Bagur were frightening (see earlier topic of today), but fortunately I did not experience anything the like (in fact, I doubt that anybody else has!)
The test tended to be easier than most of the pre-tests, I have seen during the last couple of weeks.
It was composed of the following number of questions:
The java.awt package: 4 questions
The java.io package: 5 questions
The java.util package: 4 questions
Threads: 7 questions
Overloading, overriding, runtime type, and object orientations: 20 questions
Language fundamentals: 8 questions
The rest of the questions were a mix of declarations, access control, flow control, garbage collection, the java.lang package, and more. These were not difficult; I scored a �clean sheet� in those categories.
Finally, let me recommend the �Sun Certified for Java 2.0 Study Guide� by the McGraw-Hill Companies. The CD covers about everything you need to know to pass the test. It also comes with a good database with several hundreds of questions.
Be sure to know Declarations and Access Control 100%, as well as Flow Control and Operators and Assignments. If you get them all right, you are pretty close to pass the test even if you find Threads and the java.awt and java.io packages to be daunting.
Good luck to all you Java-guys out there.
c�,) Figueiredo

 
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Congrats B!!! and happy x'mas.

eheheheh..
 
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