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scjp guide needed

 
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hi all,
I am a BE graduate, having experience in programming java for 3 years. (Also I have got my job). Now, I am thinking of doing my scjp (1.4 or 1.5?). I searched for details, but not getting anything clear.
Since I have experience, I dont want to go to training centers, hope I can prepare my self with books.
Please somebody give me deails regarding course fee,how to register myself and etc.
(Consider my location at Bangalore in India)
Thanks a lot in advance.
 
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hi,I got answers for my question from previous post.Thanks
 
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Hi manivannan,

I m in the same situation as of u.But i m having 6 months experience..
located in chennai..
Could u help me how u got the information
 
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hi,
Scjp product fee is set to be 150$s. visit this link to see Sun's official course details,

http://www.sun.com/training/catalog/courses/CX-310-035.xml

Also, to find nearest training centers and etc, this link I got useful,

http://prometric.com,

Then, No idea abt books! & latest test versions. I have to prepare for it.
 
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