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Is the Java Rules Round Up in Javaranch up to the Sun Certification Standards??

 
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Hi all,
I think the questions difficulty level should be certainly increased and new questions added to the "Rules Round Up" in Javaranch. It will be more meaningfull for SCJP aspirants like me.
What is your suggestion??
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I think the purpose of rules up game is to get you acquainted with all rules of Java when you have just begun your prepration.
 
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Moving this to the JavaRanch forum. Please continue the discussion there!
 
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I wrote the original RuleRoundup as nothing more than a way to have a little fun reinforcing the basic Java rules. The questions are in NO way examples of exam questions, although they do reinforce the rules that you MUST know in order to even think about taking the exam. The real exam, of course, is much, much harder.
RuleRoundup is just for getting the basics down.
With cows.
But, although the RuleRoundup questions are much simpler than the real exam, the pressure, stress, and tension is pretty equal.
There is *so* much at stake trying to get those cows in.
After all, who wants to be known at work as the one who never made it past "Cow Chip Level"?
cheers,
Kathy
"Helping people learn Java, one cow at a time."
 
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