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How do I access the mock tests?

 
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Sorry for such a naive question.
Please let me know how I can access the mock exams from:
-brogden
-ibm
-marcus
Thanks.
Dwaraka Karanam
 
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Hi Dwarka,
Check out the following URL:
www.javaranch.com/mock.html
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Milind
 
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I have two mock exams at:
http://www.lanw.com/java/javacert/
I recently switched the subject matter for the "normal" mock exam, it is now: class, method, and variable modifiers;
default constructors, use of instanceof, casting and converting, and inner classes. It selects a random 18 questions from a database of 38.
The other exam is the "Hardest" test - I analyzed the results of over 10,000 of the normal mock exam from various topic sets and picked the 19 that people most often miss. Incidently, the usual reason for missing a question appears to be jumping to a conclusion as to what the question is about, rather than reading carefully.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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