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Can anyone say me where can I find tutorials and mock exam for SCJP 1.4??
Thanks, Felipe.
 
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you can find many mock exams here... about the tutorials...
for certification, i think that java language especification is the best book. you can find visiting this link:
http://www.java.sun.com/docs/books/jls/
 
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Originally posted by Felipe Machado:
Can anyone say me where can I find tutorials and mock exam for SCJP 1.4??
Thanks, Felipe.


The difference between 1.2 and 1.4 is as follows.
The 1.4 exam removes the AWT and IO topics but adds assertions and a couple new classes in the collections framework--LinkedHashMap and LinkedHashSet. The wrapper classes and the Object.hashCode and Object.equals methods are further emphasized in 1.4.
Everything that you need to know about assertions is available in the document Programming with Assertions.
For more information, please see theobjectives for the 1.4 version of the exam.
 
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I really know the diferences... But thanks, any way...
I don't know where to find the mock exams here...
Thanks, Felipe.
 
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Click on the mock exam link in my signature.
 
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I've almost gone through all of Dan's mock exams, I think they've been quite helpful.
If I can score above 75% on each of those groupings of 30 questions, is that a pretty good indicator that I'll be able to pass SJCP 1.4?
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Hi Brian

75%, well on may counts I scored much less than that. Even a lesser score is good enough, I guess.
 
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Machado,
Below link has got all mock exams.
http://www.javaranch.com/maha/_Mock_Exams/_mock_exams.html
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