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Am I ready for the exam

 
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I got 53% in HFS mock exam and jdiscuss 75% and jwebplus 73% j2eecertify 79%. I want to go for the exam coming thursday. Do I need more preperation or can I go for the exam?
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Those scores are similar to what I got and I passed with 82%.

So I think you are ready enough to pass with ok mark.

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The marks are also similar to mine... I am going for my test in a couple of hours.
 
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Thanks for replies.
 
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Hi

I think u need more preparation cox one or more wrong ans will bring ur percentage down by 10 %

And since 62% is there for passing so I suggest tak u time and then go for exam..

Best of luck
 
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