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Took SCJP Tiger today

 
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Hi folks!

I've took it today. 5 hours (+15 mins for survey) were not too much time. Answering all the questions took me 4 hours, 1 hour for testing. I didn't manage to check all the answers, mostly these marked earlier. Most of you write that Tiger is much much harder then 1.4. I didn't take 1.4, I was learning from K&B, seeing mock exams for 1.4 and I've got a feeling that Tiger was easier. IMHO less API details (eg. you don't really need to now ALL constructors of ALL classes), but more logical thinking. Now let's way 8 weeks to find out if it was really easier, or did I just not notice all the traps out there. Good luck to all of you taking this exam this week!
 
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Best of luck Adam for result .

I am very much confuse , lots of material to study but less time ... .

please suggest me some tricks ...

thanks a lot .
 
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Great job!!!

Let's wait for the result.

Nick
 
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Hi,

Are you saying you need to know "ALL constructors of ALL classes" for 1.4?

Cheers,

Si.

P.s. Good luck for your results.
 
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