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Hi all

I am the most happiest person in the world , this couldnot have happened without Rancher's Help and K&B's Book .

I passed the exam with 85% in 30 minutes. Could have got 100%

THanks a lot Rancher and also Very thanks to Karthy and Berts.

I am proud of you all .

Thanks a lot.

Will post in next reply about the Exam and tips and advice to new comers.
 
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great score
wat all mock exams u gave ...

me still to take up the exam
 
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hai karu
may i know about preparation
and everything what u have done

waiting for your reply
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HI all

Once again thanks a lot.

Here are the my experience about exam and tips from me.

The exam paper was easier than mock papers I did and nothing was tough expect some questions on Threads and garbage collector was slight confused .
Most questions were similar to K&B mock and also Marcus Green ..Hats to them

This is how I followed up ....
1. Read the book K&B (4 times) and Khalid moghul.
2. Did lot of coding to understand the concept lot.
3. Did all the mocks available on Javaranch.
4. Noted down the weak points and prepared some notes myself.
5. Did all the questions posted in Javaranch.
6. Got all doubts cleared from Ranchers. Welldone Ranchers.

Thats all from me.......


Hello all please let me know ,
1. As I am not able to login to Certdatabase, what should I do?

2. Now I am certified SCJP , and having experience in testing with no experience in Java.Looking forward to work in java technology.
I want to know which is easier JSP or Sevlets or EJB. Remember i am BE in Mechanical

Also let me know which next certification should I go for? Also the links,books for next certification.


Thanks in advance
 
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Hi Kartik,
Congrats...
we'll miss u lot as u ask maximum quesries in the group. Anyways, congrats once again.
Isha.
 
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Congrats Ya...
Great Job.
 
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Hai karthik...

Well Done!... Congratulations!!!

Regards,
DeviSri.
 
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Congratulation, very good score!
 
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Yahoo Karthik !

That's a fine job, and we're glad the book helped.

Let's slide this over to the results forum.

- Bert
 
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