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Passed with 52%

 
Charles Williams
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I can't believe I pass on my first try after studying for only 5 days. Anyway, I passed with 52% talking about cutting it close. I only had the opportunity to take 2 of JQPlus simulated test but the test looks a lot like the JQPlus question. If I had studied longer, I probably would have made a higher score but I am happy to just pass and not lose my $150 dollars. I just want to say thanks to all the javaranch members and their insite.
 
tony kanvas
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how ???1!!
what about 61 not 52??
passing score 61
 
Mark Spritzler
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Newbie. please follow the JavaRanch Naming Policy of having your real first and last name. Please change your name.
Unfortunately I am at home and I don't have the link to the page to change your name.
Also to Tony, they have changed the passing percentage for the SCJP, it is now 51%.
Congrate Newbie on passing.
Mark
 
Anupam Sinha
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Hi Mark
Also to Tony, they have changed the passing percentage for the SCJP, it is now 51%.

Passing score is 52%.
 
Francis Siu
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I think that the score is not good enough,anyway you passed
 
Tong Chen
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Congratulations to you!
 
Jason Davis
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Congrat's on passing. Don't worry about the score as passing is passing. The big picture is that you PASSED and got it behind you and disregard negative thoughts from "siu chung man" as it shows his or her maturity level and it seems as if the person is not a team player and doesn't understand that we need all the java programmers that we can get. Keep learning and keep striving to be the best.
 
EJ Dinglasan
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Congratulations!
I too will take the exam in one week!
I hope I pass too =)
 
Anonymous
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Good job, Charles. Congratulations!
 
Joe Brennan
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Congrats !
I did the same thing with an MCP exam a few years ago. Just got 1% over the pass mark.
you can easily brush up on anything you need for work , once you've got the exam.
 
Dan Lajoy
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Congrats Charles! I have some actuary friends who take exams once or twice a year. I guess you can score anywhere from 0 to 10 on those exams, and you need at least a 6 to pass. Most of them who pass with a score higher than 6 believe they've wasted their time. While I do not subscribe to this theory for every situation, different pespectives certainly make things interesting don't they? They would applaud your score whole heartily - unlike some folks out here.
You made it ...
 
La Vish
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Good Job Charles, Congratulations!
 
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