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passed scjp 1.4 with 86%

 
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Hi everybody,
first of all I would like to thanks the JavaRanch Team and the JavaRanchComunity. I use to visit almost every day JavaRanch. I also would like to thanks specially Marcus Green , Dan Chisholm, Sun Guogiao and Velmurugan Periasamy.
I prepared the exam in 9 weeks with an average of 6-8 hours study each week. I had some programming experience in c++ and c#. I study on the Heller & Roberts book (3rd edition). I worked thru the book two times. Than I take Sun Guogiaio Mock's tests. I had an average of 65%. Then I studied on some Dan Chisholm topics test: Foundamentals, Threads, Wrapper, Assertions. Than I take the Marcus Green Mock's test. I got an average of 80%. I always didn't answer the question about AWT and IO.
I found all the mock's test very intresting and also well prepared. The book was ok.
I hope these information will help the people that would like to get certified.
Tahnk you again!
Sergio.
 
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Congratulations Sergio!!!
Thanks for sharing your preparation!
 
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Congrats Sergio....!
 
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Congratulations Sergio!
 
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Good job Sergio
 
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