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friends I want ur kind suggestion plz
plz give ur advice on which book to prepare.
I have RHE (done it thoroughly)
gone through JLS
done quite a lot mock exams
generally get a score of around 80%
also done sufficient coding in java
but I have heard that real exam has a lot tough questions than mock exams. someone has suggested me khalid mughal. he says its has question more harder than real exam. doing that will make me confident. but I have also heard that its language is tough, and it covers some unneccessory topics not in scjp ans its a very lengthy book. what do u suggest me.
plz give ur suggestion
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Khalid is very good, and I recommend that you use either Khalid or RHE. I had both and found myself going to RHE more often, just because it was easier to read (my own personal opinion). What mocks are you getting 80% on? If I were you I would purchase JQ+. I think it even has a money back guarantee if I can remember correctly. Anyways it's very helpful in building your confidence, as some of the questions are very difficult. I think I had a few questions that were very similar to tests questions. Anyways I think it costs $19 if your in America, and significantly less if you're in India (I'm not sure where you're from). That would be my suggestion to you. I don't think you need Khalid if you already have RHE.
- Sean
[This message has been edited by Sean Casey (edited July 08, 2001).]
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