I think if you took those exams straight through, without pausing to check each answer, in the amount of time you're given for the real test I think you'll be fine. I would also suggest using one of the applets that are mock tests because when you take the real thing that is what it looks like. Good luck - I was super nervous too. I think if you've prepared you'll be fine.
Originally posted by Suman Nagelia: Hi, I am taking my Certification exam for Java 1.4 next Monday. I took all Dan't mock test and marcus green. Do you think it's enough for me to go for exam? Please advice me. I am very nervous. Thanks
Hi, I would suggest you to take the brain bench certification on java1 (free @ www.brainbench.com) before attempting Sun's Certification. Sun's certification is very tough and require you to have a indepth knowledge. You are recommended to read all the tips and resources posted by Maha Anna. http://www.javaranch.com/maha. Here you will find everything you need to do in order to pass the exam. Good Luck!! Gopesh
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In first instance I want to wish you all the best for Monday's exam, I think we all have been there or we will going there very soon, aren't we. Nerve-tracking indeed, but well worth it I believe it. The best advice I can give is practicing, practicing, ... If you have passed the exam from Marcus Green with more as 80% then I would be confident. To practice a little more you can also have a quick look on javacertificate.com and then you see which objective you need to study a little more. http://www.javacertificate.com
Good Luck. And let us know your scores!
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Don't worry, you'll do just fine. Anybody who knows Java well just needs an effort of two days or so to sharpen the edges. I suggest you just sink into the "Programmers Guide to Java Certification" by Mughal and Rasmussen for the rest of the days ... and don't take too many mock tests either. [ April 17, 2003: Message edited by: Namit Yadav ]
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