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I have studied JSP and Servlet for 2 weeks. Just read specification from Sun and the book "Professional JSP". Today, I did the mock exam in Java Ranch, got the score around 65%-70%, I am not sure my current skill lever could pass the exam or not. Is there any one with his experience could help me?
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Take some more tests, like Anands test, to judge yourself before taking any decision.
Best of Luck
 
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I did the mock exam in Java Ranch, got the score around 65%-70%,
If I were you, I would study more. Not just read but write Servlets/JSP.
My two cents..........
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I agree, spend more time really getting a good understanding of the stuff, and practice what you learn with Tomcat, not only will you pass, you will get a great score, and also be thankful you took the time and learned it well. More so than just passing a certification.
Mark
p.s. I was getting 90-100% on the javaranch mock and only got a 74% in the real test.
 
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Make sense. Thanks for you guy's suggestion, I will learn and do more.
 
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