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John Summers
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Hi all,
First of all, thank you Abhilash for the mock paper, I can see a lot of hard work has gone into it.
Now, to my point. Does anyone think the Abhilash paper is a little too hard? Compared to:
javaranch rules roundup (got 2nd rating from top)
Marcus Green (got about 70%)
javaprepare.com (got about 90%).
it is, for me, MUCH MUCH more difficult. I got a terrible score, about 30%.
I also wondered about some questions being off syllabus e.g. questions about class loading, JVM execution and compilation.
thoughts anyone?
john
 
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Javaranch is for warming up
Marcus green is the closest to the exam.
I Didn't use javaprepare nor Abhilash's.
How about Dan's?
 
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yeah i'm gonna do dan chisholms after I finish the rest of Marcus' questions.
javaprepare was way too easy, i thought.
the javaranch rules roundup was a fun applet, although it worked like sh*t on my pc.
j
 
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