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Which Book to study from??

 
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hello,
Please let me know which is the best book to study for Java Certification (1.4).
Exam 310-035

THanks a Million,
Milind Shah
 
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Just to be more Precise, I am using the following book to study for the certification

Java 2 Sun Certified Programmer and Developer for Java 2.
by Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates.
Publication: Dreamtech.

Would like to know if anyone has used this book and given the certification, just to be sure that it is good inuf to go thru the exam smoothly, and also with flying colors.
Please let me know any other book that is good for preparing for the java certification. Your Help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks a million
-Milind Shah
 
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Originally posted by Milind Shah:
Just to be more Precise, I am using the following book to study for the certification

Java 2 Sun Certified Programmer and Developer for Java 2.
by Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates.
Publication: Dreamtech.

Would like to know if anyone has used this book and given the certification, just to be sure that it is good inuf to go thru the exam smoothly, and also with flying colors.
Please let me know any other book that is good for preparing for the java certification. Your Help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks a million
-Milind Shah



You already have the the best book. I found it easiest of all and covers everything as far as the exam is concerened. Do all its mock questions both at the end of the each chapter as well as in the CD. If u want to pass with flying colors don't forget Marcus and Dan's mock exams.
There is another very good book by Khalid Mughal. It contains a little bit more info than needed for the exam, will help u in increasing your java knowledge.
[ July 11, 2004: Message edited by: Anshul Kayastha ]
 
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Greetings from Hogwarts,

K&B is the best and more than enough for you to get a decent score, like 90%, like I did :roll: . And marcus three mock exams are closest to the real ones. All the best. But remember. Just reading K&B from cover to cover thoroughly will help you fare very very well..
 
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