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Hi folks,

Iam preparing for SCJP2 exam for last three months, i already given practice exams and consult number of books in this regard but it all make me more confused. I need help for Certified persons to give me tips, i will really appreciate if anybody share his/her real question from Exam.
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Why you want real exam questions ? Don't you feel you must give exams in honest manner ?
-Sam
[This message has been edited by sam pitt (edited October 13, 2001).]
 
Tanvier Haider Ali
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Thanx for reply sam, the reason i asked for the real exam question was i have consult "khalid Mughal, Syngress, Sybex, Tecmedia" , but all of them are completely different , all i want to know is what kind of sun ask, doesn't mean i need a pool.
Thanx anyway.
 
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I have been studying for past 7 months. I use Khalid and Ivar Hortan ... very good books. Lot's use Robert Heller and has good reviews. I think there are ample mocks on web. You may want to see Maha Ana's page. I think it is www.javaranch.com/mocks.jsp
All these mocks would equip you with all the possible types of questions.. and hopefuly you won't need real exam questions.
ALso, try Marcus Green's exams... they are very good!!
-Sam
 
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Tanvier
This is illegal - you agree when you sign up for the exam in the terms and conditions not to share the questions. It detracts from the standing of the exam if the real questions were to become available to candidates
Possibly if you are still getting confused take a couple of days out and forget about Java. Get a copy of the exam objectives and go through this and identify what you don't understand and then hit Mughal and Rasmussen / RHE to get clarification.
Practice their sample code and make changes to it to see what happens and write your own programs as well to reinforce understanding.
Also ask lots of questions here and try to answer others doubts even if you have to do some research to do the answer. I agree with Sam - Marcus's exams are good to see if you are in the neigbourhood for attempting the exam. Going on past posts you need to be passing these exams comfortably (ie 80%?) to feel ready for the exam
Try these practice questions from Sun as well to see where your at
https://tmn.sun.com/WLC/servlet/GuestLoginServlet?id=programmer
All the best - Jim
 
Tanvier Haider Ali
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Jim
Thanx for ur advice, jim i asked for the real questions not in sence of pool but i want to Clarify few things, like all the exams i have given till now 90% says "Choose all that apply" few exams says "Choose two" (Specific Numbers) , i want to know which pattern sun follows.
Thanx again for ur advice
 
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Hi,
SUN exam is quite easy then KM & other tough mocks.SUN tell in it's exam that select 2 right answers.Means they mention how many u have to select.
Regards,
Hassan.
 
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Hi Tanvier
My apologies for calling your integrity into question!
Hassan is correect in the exam you will get check boxes saying choose X number of answers (ie 2,3,4 correct answers etc) Also you'll get a radio button where only one answer is correct and they will say so in the question as well. This helps makes the exam a bit easier!
Check that link in posted from Sun to see the general format and degree of difficulty as well
all the best
- Jim
 
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hi thr,
as hassan says sun's exam is easier then others i want to know that this time i scoring 60% to 65% in jqplus. so will i able to get qualify that exam and will be up to what extent.
thanx in advance
 
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Hey guys,
Try these mocks http://java.ditmas.net/mocks.htm
 
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