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Hi,
I am gonna start preparing for SCJP exam, but i am still
not sure, which version i should start with. I m a newbie
on this forum and even, not a very advance programmer for
Java Language, so please if someone wants to join me in
preparation, lets crack the deal then and start preparing for it.
My email address is

professional_intelligent@yahoo.com

Cheers,
Ben
 
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Ben,

There is an open poll that asks people to respond with the SCJP version that they are preparing for. Do not use the poll numbers as absolutes in terms of who is taking which version - the numbers reflect only the people that have chosen to respond.

SCJP 5 is widely considered to be a more difficult exam. Whether that proves to be true for you is something that only you can determine. Regardless, if you have the time to prepare for what is said to be 30% more subject matter, why not go for it?

Steve
 
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