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Does anybody pass SCJP with just 52%

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I am intruiged that everyone on this website seems to pass with 70% or more. Is the SCJP it really that easy? Or is is the site just making it too frightening for those who don't pass or scrape through to post their experiences. I would have thought that there would be a lot to learn from them too. or perhaps it's more encouraging to hear only the good news. What do people think? I would also like to know if anyone is aware of the pass RATE i.e. what percentage of SCJP test takers pass the exam at any given time?
(Due to take mine in a couple of weeks)
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Hi crunchy,
thats the beauty of java ranch
well, with adequate preparation from the RIGHT RESOURCES and through proper guidance, anyone can pass with more than 70%
Java ranch helps you to know the right resources that you have to get hold of in order to prpare well for the java certification exam. With tonnes and tonnes of available resources out there, it is possible to be mislead !!!
going through the experience of the exam takers and the resources they used, you are in abetetr position to take the exam !!!
It did help me a lot in preparing for 5 of my exams
Good luck with your exam !!!
hope this help
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