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Bob CHOI
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SCJP5 cleared - 100%

Special sincere thanks to JR, SCJP forum, K&B and ranchers!

Time to
 
Micheal John
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Great Score..
 
Shaival Satyarthi
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Congrats Dear ! Please tell about you preparation in detail
Thank !
 
anil kuchana
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congratulations.. Bob
 
Christopher Elkins
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Wow, that's tremendous! Congratulations!!!

Time to ha ha ha
 
paresh doshi
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Wow !!! Great Score

 
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Wow Bob, 100% is truly AMAZING !

(I know computer book authors who didn't get 100% )

Anyway, now that you're an "official" guru, we hope you'll stick around and help answer some questions!

Congrats,

Bert
 
Bob CHOI
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time counts

- i began to read K&B last month, 2 or 3 hours per day. this 1st half month extended study hours to 4 or 5, but also reschduled the exam to this week to take full time for last dash.

way of learning :roll:

- i divided the objectives into 3 parts: generic/collection/thread, flowcontrol/api and the rest fundamentals to satisfy the goals: simplify tasks, master basics and build most if not fully confidence before exam entry

- coding while reading, and virtual group studying: in the ranch one can really learn a lot from another

- concerning mock tests, i never cared how well i scored but i did care every tiny test points behind even a simple question. In a word, paint tipps and lessons onto your own image, then burn in mind so that next time could act almost by instinct.

about the exam

- What a luck! it was relatively quiet, i got pen, paper and LCD screen. the time was really enough for me to finish and double check the questions. i spotted a few minor navie errors, which unfortunately, always exist against human nature, and managed to clear 2 or 3 trickiness at the end.

Thanks to all again! Wish every SCJP wannabe fulfilled!
 
Bob CHOI
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Thanks, Bert!

"Without K&B hardly get SCJP."
[ December 22, 2006: Message edited by: Bob CHOI ]
 
venkata chunduru
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Hey Bob,

that is awesome score....great.

What is the average time of preparation you need for the scjp 5 exam in your opinion?
 
Rohitt Vermaa
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Hi bob great score
 
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That's incredibly great. Thanks for sharing you preparation details.
 
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Congratulations Bob...

great score...!!!
 
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You could have done better.



CONGRATULATIONS!!!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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Congratz !!!
 
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