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Readiness & JQ+ vs. Sun

 
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From everyones experiences and perpectives, what is the difficulty rating of JQPlus vs. the Sun Exam. I know JQPlus has different toughness ratings, which one is more similar to the level of toughness of Sun's Exam.
Also, does everyone really feel that you shouldn't take the Sun Exam until you are consistantly getting 85% + on Mocks? Aren't most Mocks harder? And since you only need a 61% to pass Sun do you really need such a high level on the mocks?
I would love to hear from people reply and talk about what they were getting on Mocks (and which Mocks) and what they got on the Sun Exam.
Thanks...
 
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You should check out the java certification results form and check out the discussion under Unofficial Results. In that discussion, people have posted their mock exam scores as compared to their actual SCJP results.
 
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