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mock exam, JCertify3.0, gEs Java

 
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Hi,
After a couple of monthes self-studying Java, I can get 80% score in mock exam online. I am planning do moew mock exam. Could anyone tell me if it is worth to buy gEs Java or JCertify3.0. Which one is better if I can only choose one?
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I don't know its worth or not, but when I asked some of my friends , they told me its not necessary. If you want to practice some more exams. These are some sites which I know and my friends told me. My friends told me that, if I do these practice tests , then this will be enough to write the exam.
http://209.242.122.83/JavaCertification.html

http://www.marcusgreen.co.uk (95 Questions)
http://www.aber.ac.uk/~jjh/Java/certification/javacert.html (65 Questions)
http://www.lanw.com/java/javacert/default.htm (21 from a database of 72)
http://members.theglobe.com/apoddar/questions.html (42 Questions)
http://www.mindq.com/online/Sun.html(60 Questions)
http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Cable/1025/exam2.html (30 Questions)
http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Orchard/9362/java/javacert/
You can find 56 Questions without answers at (not sure who put these up)
http://apollo.netservers.com/~femibyte/javaquestions.html (56 Questions)
http://valiveru.tripod.com/java/index.html (how many questions?)
http://www.appliedreasoning.com/javaCert/JavaCertification.html
Eddie Mcnally has made available excellent downloadable Exam simulator.
You will need Swing and (probably) JDK1.2 but it looks excellent
http://eddiemcnally.hypermart.net/ (138 Questions)
You can download a similar simulator called Jargon (140 questions)
http://www.sarga.com/java/jac.htm
The download is an incredibly small 33K
Sun have a few sample questions at
http://suned.sun.com/usa/cert_test.html?content=cjp11_quest
http://suned.sun.com/usa/cert_test.html?content=cjp11_questThe www.code316.com site offers Flash cards for the exam at a very reasonable price.
http://certify.torolab.ibm.com/display_tests_ad.jsp
http://www.absolutejava.com/articles/test-your-java-knowledge.html
http://www.javacert.com/
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http://javaranch.com/mock.html contains these and much more!
Ajith
[This message has been edited by Ajith Kallambella (edited July 12, 2000).]
 
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