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preparing for SCJD

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hi all:
I am thinking of taking SCJD exam. Can someone tell me how long on average it takes to do it, considering I have a full time job? How can I prepare for it? How can I get a mock project, are they posted on the web?
Any advice of the exam overall? I was preparing to take SCWCD, but I decided to waite until 1.4 version is ready, so I am thinking to do SCJD while I am waiting.
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Hi Hanna,
This looks like a duplicate posting of this topic:
Topic: preparing for SCJD I responded to your question there.
I realize this probably wasn't done intentionally, but in future try not to open duplicate topics. The site has a policy of not allowing duplicate topics, probably to avoid having someone waste time responding to a question that has already been answered elsewhere. Basically opening duplicate topics in different fora is not allowed (this is usually intentional), nor is opening a duplicate topic in the same forum (this is usually accidental). Please delete this thread. I believe the originator of the thread has the power to delete a topic.
Accidental duplicate posting in the same forum has happened to me in the past as well. I think I must have accidentally double-clicked on the Add Reply button or some such thing. If that happens the easiest solution is simply to delete any duplicate topics. Thanks.
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