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Doubts for SCJP 5 (drag and drop)

 
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Hi everyone

I am planning to give SCJP this month (30th mar)

I am not getting any material for handling the Drag and Drop questions.


currently i am referring following books:

1 phillip hellar java5
2 khalid mughal java 1.4

please help people its urgent
 
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What do you mean by saying:"material for handling the Drag and Drop questions". All the question is to test your knowledge, you just choose the corect answer.
 
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respected sir
thanks for replying

is it dat the exam 1.5 didnt had any drag and drop type questions?? (i dont know about it , i just read the exam type which says "multiple choice - drag n drop")

pls sir will u suggest me on the books i m referring or i need to do something more
also share ur experience of preparing for the exam n , actually giving the exam .

pls ur suggestions are valuable for me

thanks
 
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Hi,
I suggest Whizlabs mocks. It costs about 60$ but their mocks are very close
to the real exam (I suppose) . Drag and drop questions are anyway included.
Greetings,
Liviu
 
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Drag and Drop are just another way of asking the questions. It is basically a bunch of empty boxes, and other boxes with stuff in it, that you drag to the empty boxes and place them there to fill in the missing pieces.

It is like fill in the blanks, but you don't have to worry about making typos because the possible choices that you would have typed in are already displayed and you just drag the best choice into the fill-in spot.

Mark
 
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I think it will be good that you do some mock test! There is many available! You can just go to google and search. Good luck!
 
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