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I'm so HAPPY!!! 88% :)

 
Tina Ang
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Hello! Took the exam this morning and got 88% . Thank God! I'm so happy with my score. The exam was close to Marcus Green's Exam. My actual score was similar to my scores on the 3 exams!!! The first seven questions were really tough I thought I would fail the exam but I'm so happy that I didn't lose hope. I just marked them I answered them after I've finished the easy ones. Special thanks to Val, Oscar, Jamal, Jose, Dave, Maha, Corey, Mika, Md. Nazmul, and all those who patiently answered all my questions. Could not have done it without your guidance...
I studied for 4 months coz I'm not really a programmer. Read R&H 3x. Used several java notes and tutorials over the net. Jane G's quick java reference, Marcus green tutorial, Jyothi Krishnan's notes, and Jamal's notes Did some coding using the examples from these resources. Took tons of mock exams. I always check my wrong answers by compiling the codes and changing them in order to see if other techniques would work...Visited javaranch everyday for 2 months. Well that's all. Thanks again!
Tina Ang
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from Manila, Philippines
 
Remar Uy
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Congratulations Tina! Galing!
 
Tina Ang
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Thank you!!! Salamat!!!
 
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Congrats Tina
Regards,
- Manish
 
Jamal Hasanov
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Tina, tebrik !!!
I was waiting for good news !!! You did it! Good score !!!
Hope that not the last exam. Waiting for other good news.
With best regards,
Jamal Hasanov
http://www.j-think.com
 
Corey McGlone
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Way to go, Tina! Nice work.
 
Reid M. Pinchback
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Great job! Welcome to the club.
 
Tina Ang
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Thank you!!!
Jamal, what's the meaning of tebrik? :roll:
Tina
 
Roland Canimo
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Hey congrats! =) I'm also from Manila...=) Took my exam also last March! =) Where do you work?
 
Saif Ullah
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Hi Tina (-_-)
Congratulations, and Happiness on to you, for all that you achieve, enjoy your success, and hope to see you consistant in your achievements.
God will help you in this regard, cheer up and enjoy.

A Java Student
Saif Ullah
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Nazmul Huda Sarkar
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Great score Tina....Congratulation!!!
 
Tina Ang
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Hello! Thank you to all the kind people here at Javaranch I have a question...should I go for SCJD or SCWCD? Need your advise again
Tina
 
Nazmul Huda Sarkar
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I love to be an SCWCD first.... SCWCD is based on internet application development..servlet/JSP.
SCJD is more concern on designing issue, analysis...
[ May 04, 2002: Message edited by: Md. Nazmul Huda Sarkar ]
 
John Wetherbie
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Congrats!
It's always hard to recommend which cert to get next. The only comment I'll make is that the SCWCD looks much easier than SCJD.
 
Tina Ang
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I'd go for the SCWCD...besides I think it's much cheaper
Thanks again...
Tina
 
Rob Ross
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Congratulations Tina. Good score!
 
Oscar Garcia
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congrats tina!! nice score!!!
don't u want to pursue jCert Initiative path?
 
jyothi abraham
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hai Oscar,
I want to walk through jcert path.
could you give me advice on oracle jdevoloper
books,time needed for preparation and mock available in net so that we could make that too
like the scjp forum of here.
 
Mika V. Samson
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Wow!!! Taas ng score!.... Congrats Tina!
Next Step mo?
Mika
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Marlon Bravo
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Congrats Tina. Great score and good luck on your scwcd.
-Marlon
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Reid M. Pinchback
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Originally posted by jyothi abraham:
hai Oscar,
I want to walk through jcert path.
could you give me advice on oracle jdevoloper
books,time needed for preparation and mock available in net so that we could make that too
like the scjp forum of here.

Apparently Oracle has pulled out of JCert. Best contact Oracle to verify before devoting a lot of time.
 
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