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Cleared SJCP 91%

 
Kalidoss Sivasamy
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This is first I am posting in the Ranch. This site was a great asset in my preparation! K&B book and Dan's site are the top in my recommendations.
I know I missed some questions just due to my laziness. If you finish the exam sooner, spend time in reviewing all the answers.
Threads, inner classes are the topics dragged me down. Othewise, it wasn't too bad. Good luck! javascript: x()
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Dimple Kaushik
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Congrats kalidoss for your big score.
How many days you prepared for the exam?
Do u have any prior programming knowledge?
 
Kalidoss Sivasamy
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Hi kaushik,
I have about 2 years in Java. I put about 1 1/2 months for preparation.
BTW, for the mock exams, refer to Mock Exams There are tons of exams in that site. I also would refer to Core Java2 for threads, collections.
 
Jessica Sant
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nicely done!
But I'm moving this to the Sun Certification Results Forum. Please continue the well-deserved congratulations there.
 
Dimple Kaushik
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One more quick question...
Did u get hints for the questions? like choose 3 , choose 2 ..
 
Venkatesh Subramanian
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Yes. In the real exam you will have hint for how many choices you have to choose.
 
Dimple Kaushik
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Thanks Venkatesh
 
Kalidoss Sivasamy
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Yes, you will be given how many answers to choose. Also, I was surprised how may 'one answer' questions appeared in the exam. If you haven't downloaded JDK, do that right now, that is the best way to learn Java fundamentals.
Try to score the maximum in the easy topics like the variables, wrappers, loops etc.
 
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Kalidoss,
Congratulations on a truly great score!
We're glad the book helped.
Bert
 
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