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Passed with 81%

 
Lubosh Bazant
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So it's over. Test was more less what I expected. I used the RHE book to study and a bunch of mockup tests. I studied for 4 weeks - no prior programming experience at all. My recomendation is to do the Dan Chisholm's test to shape up your weak areas of knowlege. I did all the Giri Mandalika's tests. They are the best (bit harder than the actual test). M Green tests are out of date, but good to practice.
Thanks to all the participants who went through the trouble of making a mockup test. They really help.
 
Jeff Bosch
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Congratulations!
That's pretty impressive, learning Java in four weeks sufficiently to pass the exam. What's your background? If it's not computers and programming, do you plan to make this your field?
Regards,
Jeff
 
Lubosh Bazant
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I had some exposure to C from college. I was a finance major from college. I got lured to IT during the boom days of the late 2000. By the time I worked myself from finance - through business analysis - to C programmer it was too late. The bubble bursted. So the Java certification is the reminescence of my IT aspirations.
Now I am in project management, so things turned out better then I thought. I enjoy IT, but it became more a hobby than job.
 
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