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SCJP 1.4 - 95%

 
Manikandan Jayaraman
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Hi All,

Yep!!! I cleared my SCJP on 10th November, 2004 with 95% (58/61). I am happy with still a puzzle left in my mind as to which 3 questions went wrong. Thanks to all Java Ranchers. This is really a wonderful place to post/answer and the best part is IMMEDIATE RESPONSE! I referred to K&B book only and nothing else. But yes! Gave about 15 mock tests. The least mark I got on my mock was on "Khalid Mughal", which gave me 86%. Very happy the way ranchers responded my queries and special thanks to Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates for that wonderful book.

I have questions too

1. May I know, where can I see my scores and download my logo and other formalities which I have to do now in the POST-EXAM period.
2. Is there any way to see, which questions went wrong?

Thanks Again!!!

Cheers!
_Mani

[ November 16, 2004: Message edited by: Manikandan Jayaraman ]
[ November 16, 2004: Message edited by: Manikandan Jayaraman ]
 
Joyce Lee
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Congratulations, Manikandan!!!

1. May I know, where can I see my scores and download my logo and other formalities which I have to do now in the POST-EXAM period.
You can see your scores in CertManager database. It can take up to four business days for your records to appear in our Certification database after taking your exam.

You can track your ceritifcation kit using the Sun Certification I7 database. Check out the Certification FAQ for more info. If you have further doubt, you can send an e-mail to SunCert@prometric.com for clarification and help.

2. Is there any way to see, which questions went wrong?
No. There is no way to find out which questions went wrong.

Joyce
 
Anand B Raju
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Congrats Manikandan !!
 
Bert Bates
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Manikandan,

Wow! 95% on the hardest test out there!

We're glad the book helped.

- Bert
 
Manikandan Jayaraman
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Bert! I am yet to read the SCJD part of that book. Let me do it!

Actually what I personally feel is, SCJP and SCJD are always the basis to know better about JAVA and OO Design and JAVA Design.

It doesnt matter whether you want to pursue SCWCD or SCBCD but SCJP and SCJD are must. Can you give me your personal opinion on this? Thanks!
 
Dilip Gamage
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Well done..!! Nice Score



 
Omar Dziri
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Congratulations, Manikandan !!!
 
Bert Bates
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Manikandan,

A couple of things: The SCJD portion of the book is NOT meant to be your only resource!!! We really recommend that you get Max Habibi's book on the SCJD. (Ours is really incomplete, it's meant to be a backup book that fills in the cracks for a more complete book like Max's.)

I think SCJD is a great certification, great in terms of doing some design work and really good for your career in general. It's really not essential that you do the SCJD if you're just interested in EJBs or Servlets - those exams really don't overlap with the SCJD. ���

In any case, good luck, and stick around the ranch and help answer some questions

- Bert �� �� �� � � ��
 
Manikandan Jayaraman
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Hi All, Thanks for your wishes!

Bert! I understood what you have said. Even I am very much interested in doing SCJD. Lets see! I might do SCBCD first but design (OO + JAVA) is my penchant. So will surely do it. Thanks for your inputs.
 
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Congratulations
 
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