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Hi folks, how are you? i feel uncomfortable to prepare the java programmer certification, how i can get my confident, to achieve SCJP2. please i need good positive words from all you guys.
Help me out,
Thanks in advance,
Agathian.T
 
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Agathian,
I'm sure you'll feel at home here. Don't hesitate to ask questions anytime.
As for the resources you might need, here is a start:
Objectives:
SCJP 1.2 objectives
SCJP 1.4 objectives
Specification:
Java Language Specification 2nd (JLS)
Official Java Language Specification Errata
Unofficial Java Language Specification Errata
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Maha's site
Javaranch mock exams list
Marcus Green's web site
Jiris e-Learning System
Dan Chisholm's web site
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JQ+
J@Whiz (SCJP 1.2)
J@Whiz (SCJP 1.4)
JCertify 6.0 (SCJP 1.4)
JCertify 5.0 (SCJP 1.2)
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Javaranch bunkhouse
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SCJP FAQ
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Hi,
Check the result section to get motivated. People succeed everday and come to share their experience.
As for the confidence just get started and you'll get it back as you feel that you're learning and mastering the language as time goes by
Good luck dude
 
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Practice Practice and Practice!
In technical terms
While(true)
{
doPractice();
}
 
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HI all , I really appreciate your valuable advice & guidence. Well I started now. Will see next week, how i prepared.,
Again thanks as much folks, Expecting more positive words from you all.
God Bless you all.
Aga
 
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Hi Valentin:
In the list of books at JavaRanch, the Bruce Eckel's Thinking in Java not included. Is there are reason for that. I found it very helpful as first book...
 
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Originally posted by Agathian:
Hi folks, how are you? i feel uncomfortable to prepare the java programmer certification, how i can get my confident, to achieve SCJP2. please i need good positive words from all you guys.
Help me out,
Thanks in advance,
Agathian.T


Certainly you will need to pick up a study guide from the The BunkHouse. As you work through the study guide chapter-by-chapter you can try a single topic exam from my mock exam site at the URL contained in my signature. After you complete the study guide, then use a variety of other mock exams available on the web. The Java Ranch List of Mock Exams is a good resource.
 
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You can get a real good info from this recent article on IBM:
http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/java/library/j-scjp/?dwzone=java
 
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Hi all, How are you? I really appreciate your guidence. Thanks lot. Meanwhile i'm preparing programming stuff. I hope i will.
Again thanks to all folks,
Keeping touch,
God bless you all,
Aga
 
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