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Hello friends,
Tomorrow morning is my day! i will take the exam for scjp 1.4.

Any advices are welcome .

Regards.

 
Adil El mouden
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Where are the advices?

Advices please
 
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skip the questions that seems too difficult to answer , check the "Mark" checkbox to review it later, watch your time, I failed mine because I used 2/3 of the time to answer half of the questions. And found out that the other half is actually quite easy if i have got time to do it.

I took the 1.5 exam though

Good luck!
 
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Sometimes you might be given a complex question, and find that it has a simple answer (ie a syntax error, etc). Others are just complex.

Personally I skipped the time taking questions (mostly loops), and then went back to them at the end.

Don't panic (always good advice!).
 
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Thanks friends
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