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API or concept?

 
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Hi guys,
I have been doing some mock exams and it seems to me that most of the questions were about concepts.
I am wondering if it will be the same case in the real exam? Or it will be more like the SCJP exam which is pretty heavy on the coding and API?
Thanks
Marco
 
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It's both. You have to know important interfaces, classes and methods in all packages start with javax.servlet.
For concepts, refer to JavaRanch SCWCD Links http://www.javaranch.com/scwcdlinks.jsp.
 
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Coding and API are also very much covered. You are more than likely to get questions which have some code and you will be required to identify the output or what's wrong in the given code.
So, I would say write your samples and verify them.
Good luck.
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