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Just passed SCJP 5.0 - 62%

 
fei lin
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Thank god I pass the exam. Will the certificate show my mark? I only scan through K&S book in a week, I got no more then 50% on each chapter's mock questions. I didn't understand alot about generic, collections, and concurrency. The K&S question harder then actualy exam. My suggestion is that K&S is a must read book, if you got good mark on it, you can do the test. I will go back and read it even though I passed. What should my next step be? get a scwcd? or scjd? which is more demanding?
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Freddy Wong
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There won't be any mark put in your cert. Anyway, congrats
 
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Congrats!
 
Vassili Vladimir
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Congrats
 
Kelvin Chenhao Lim
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Congratulations, Fei! Don't worry about your score--a pass is a pass!

As for which exam to do next, well, only you can answer that for yourself. It really depends on your own certification goals, experience, and work domain. But do note that the SCJD's main requirement is a programming assignment, whereas the SCWCD is a computer-based exam like the SCJP.
 
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Congratulations!

It's like being pregnant - you either are or you are not; there's no inbetween.

Congratulations, you are! (SCJP certified that is, not pregnant)



-Cameron McKenzie
 
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