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Hi all,
I have been watching this forum and thought this would the best place to post my doubts regarding Java Certification. I have the following doubts I would appreciate if any one can clear them:
1.Can some one tell me which version of Sun certified java programmer exam I need to take?
2.Where can I find the objectives for the new exam? Also where can I find the exam policy?
3.If I want to take the newer version of the exam where can find the mock exams for the same.

Thanks in advance.

Neti
 
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Hi Neti,
1. As for which version of the exam you should take ....that is something you have to decide on your own .
2.you can get all the information you need about the exam at www.java.sun.com .
 
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Hi Neti,
1. As for which version of the exam you should take ....that is something you have to decide on your own .
2.you can get all the information you need about the exam at www.java.sun.com .
3. As of now , there are no mock exams for the newer version of the exam ...you might want to continue taking the mock exams for the older version and study the additional topics included in the newer version objectives .
 
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Also go through this link for all the information about the exam:
http://suned.sun.com/US/certification/java/java_progj2se.html
 
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You can take whichever exam you think is most appropriate. If you're just looking at starting now, I'd recommend that you begin to look into the 1.4 exam. You can find detailed information about the exam, including objectives, here.
Best of luck!
Corey
 
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Thanks to you all. I am new to Java Certification and its preparation process but I am not new to Java Programming language I have been working on it since a year. Hence I feel that I can get ready for the exam in other one or two months. So I feel the older version of the exam will be comfortable for me. My only concern is will the older version of exam be valid in future?
Any suggestions greatly appreciated.
 
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