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Passed SCJP with 82%

 
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Hi,
I passed my exam on 24th April. First I would like to thank Kathy & Bert for their excellent book.
Here is how my preapration went ..For last 2 months , every morning I used to log in to ranch certification results and decide to study and give my exam. But by end of the day that spirit used to go away and used to think I will start from tomorrow.I am working full time and I have 2 years old son who always wants to be with me till he sleeps( or I sleep).
So finally I spent seriously for 3 days, read the book and started giving the exams.I scored same percentage on Marcus Green exams.
I am coding for last three years in Java but during this preapration I learnt some good basics.
Thanks to JavaRanch group and also SCJP certified people who used to inspire me everyday.
Sai Pooja
 
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oh congrats we both got same thought i am a mca student and u r working good job u did in less time
 
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Congrats Sai,
I am almost on the same position. Coding the last 3 years in Java, having 2 little sons, having not much time for them in latest weeks :-(.
And planning the exam for the 3 of may.
atanas
 
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Thanks Pallavi and Atanas,
Good luck Atanas for your exam. My suggestion do not estimate your performance on too many mock exams. Real exam was not that tough comparetivley with some mock tests available on the net.
 
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Congratulations
 
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Thank you. I used to read your postings during my preparation. So which exam are you preparing now?I am planning to give SCBCD. If you are on the same track how many days do you think is good? and what books are good?
 
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Congrats pooja !!!
 
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Sai -
Sorry for the slow reply, congrats!
- Bert
 
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Hi Bert,
Looks like you just read my Mind.Thanks
Thanks for your great books. Now I am going through HEADFIRST EJB.
 
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