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Got over SCJP 5.0 with 87%

 
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Hi All,

Finally I have managed to get over the SCJP exam! It took me a long time to prepare, actually the preparation went on and off mainly due to my procrastination! I am happy to get over it.

I would like to repeat what almost everyone else say - K&B book is a must and sufficient for the exam. All you have to do is read it thoroughly and twice at least. After that, attend few mock exams. I went through Whizlab exams but to be honest, its way tougher than the actual exam (or maybe the actual exam seemed easier because of it )

Anyway, I aim for SCWCD next. Any suggestions on books?

Best wishes to everyone.
 
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Congrats Asif. Great job

Good luck for SCWCD !!!
For the book i will suggest you HFSJ
It's one the bests.
 
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Congrats!
 
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Howdy Asif Iqbal ,

Welcome to JavaRanch

Hearty Congratulations
 
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