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pass SCJP exam 93%

 
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Hi everyone
Yesterday I passed the exam with a score of 93%.
Missed 2 in Thread, 1 in IO and 1 in Operators.
It's a higher score than I expected before the exam ^_^.
Thanks Ranch!!
My preparation:
book: RHE book & Java 2 EXAM CRAM
note: Velmurugan study note
mock: http://www.javaranch.com/mock.jsp and some searched from www.google.com
I spend two months preparing SCJP exam. First month study these two books, and last month I print out Velmurugan Note in hand and do all the mock that I found. The Velmurugan Study Note really helps a lot, many concept I got from it.
Of course, I visit ranch everyday, to see what questions that ranchers discuss and who passed the exam. It strengthens my confidence.
Thanks ranch again. Without it, I can't pass the exam so easily. ^_^
 
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Good job Danio. Great score!
 
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Congrats, Danio:
One question: where to get Velmurugan study note
for SCJP?
victor

Originally posted by Danio Lai:
Hi everyone
Yesterday I passed the exam with a score of 93%.
Missed 2 in Thread, 1 in IO and 1 in Operators.
It's a higher score than I expected before the exam ^_^.
Thanks Ranch!!
My preparation:
book: RHE book & Java 2 EXAM CRAM
note: Velmurugan study note
mock: http://www.javaranch.com/mock.jsp and some searched from www.google.com
I spend two months preparing SCJP exam. First month study these two books, and last month I print out Velmurugan Note in hand and do all the mock that I found. The Velmurugan Study Note really helps a lot, many concept I got from it.
Of course, I visit ranch everyday, to see what questions that ranchers discuss and who passed the exam. It strengthens my confidence.
Thanks ranch again. Without it, I can't pass the exam so easily. ^_^

 
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Congrates!!! Danio Lai ....good score..
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CONGRATULATION
Good job Danio Lai.
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Good job Danio
 
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Congrates Christian
Kepp it up !!!
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Originally posted by victor gu:
One question: where to get Velmurugan study note for SCJP?
victor


Congrats, Danio.. Good job !!!
Please check the link on this , there is only one link.
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