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cleared exam..

 
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Hello all,
I cleared the SCJP2 exam yesterday. I was hanging out here for some time to get a few doubts cleared. It took me 60 minutes to complete the exam. It is not so tough as advertised.
Some advices:
1. Complete the Certification Study guide(RHE) line by line. YOU MAY MISS some important points otherwise.
2. Take the Marcus Green's tests. I found these test papers to be ultimate in quality. They are EXTREMELY close to the real exam. You can find links to these exams from www.javaranch.com/maha
3. Don't rely on your memory power. Better work out many examples.
4. Don't post questions in the forum right away. Try the questions on your own with various combinations.

If anyone wants more specific details, please reach me at krsathish@hotmail.com. I am here to help..
Sathish
 
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Congratulations Sathish.
I have two years of programing experience but NOT in Java. Just satrted reading RHE and complete reference simultaniouly. Also planning to take up the exam by November 2nd week. Is the estimate correct?.
Pls. provide your tips and advise.
Good luck,
Iyer.
 
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more than sufficient - if you spend atleast 3-4hours a day.
 
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Congratulations krsathish.!!
Ajith
 
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hi satish
congrats man on clearing jcp.
i started prepartion 1 week back i come from vb and php back ground ,, and till now i havent used any oops code in my programaaming ,i bought java complete refereence and also bought khalid moghul java certification guide ..
my intention is to first studying completete refernce book totally and then come to java cert ,. guide ,, later
after reading the complete reference book in away as to master the 17 chapters ..
is this appraoach correct,,, and also do i require to practice a lot of problems .. to be confidenmt..
right now i am free and i am spending almost 17 hrs per day on studying java ...
i want to finish it soon and with good marks
is my preparation good enough
reply me as soon a spossible ans also tell me what other material should i buy / see on net
my intention is after i finish with thses 2 books thoroughly i want to write mocek tests as many as pososible
also tell me sites for practic etests .. i know some . but if u have , some let me know..
bye
best of luck
take care
 
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