I need some advice. I have studied for months, memorized tons of info(all reserved words, constructors for I/O, AWT adapters and methods, the complete precedence of arithmetic operators and so on), taken about every mock I can find, written tons of small programs, etc. I have passed all the mocks I have taken, except for JTIPS, which I had to go back and retry a few weeks later, but passed them also. I even took the Sun mock and passed it pretty easy (out of 236 questions I think I got about 30 wrong). Here's the deal: I passed the KM exam (barely) and I'm retaking the JQ+ exams I took around 2 months ago and am scoring in the high 70's and mid 80's (an average of 10 points higher than the first time I took them). I even took the JQ+ random test 6 times and pass those in the 70's and 80's. I have purchased my voucher from Sun. From the looks of my scores, in the experience of those of you who taken the test: Am I Ready? Thanks!
Well, I'd say that you are ready... Just to be sure try my mock at http://www.valoxo.ch/jr/mocks/mock01a.html If you pass it, then you are really ready because the questions are very hard. If you fail, well, the questions were very hard then Read the disclaimer before Don't forget to take some rest before going to the exam, it is very important...
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Thanks for the response and the link to your mock.I'll probably take it in the next day or so. BTW, if I don't pass it, is it your recommendation I not sit for the cert test?
BTW, if I don't pass it, is it your recommendation I not sit for the cert test? Wouah, I never said that... I take no responsability to any damage my mock may cause to your confidence My mock is not a reference test, it is just a set of very hard questions, much like Bill Brogden's. It is much harder than the real exam so the result is not very important. The most important thing is to feel comfortable, and if you are then you are ready. Judging by what you wrote above, you have acquired quite a good experience in the latter month. Go for it
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