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Last week for 1.4 exam

 
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Hi all,

I will be going for SCJP 1.4 on 15th May. I have completed almost 20 mock tests and got the score 80% in Marcus Green Exam. I have completed Khaleed Mughal's book and mock tests. Also complete Cathe's book. Mock tests are balance but I will be completing that.

Please suggest if I need to do something more than adding to this? Or do you suggest to go for any different exam. Please guide me for the link of good exams you suggest.

Thanks in advance to all of you.
 
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Add one for you, relax and sleep well before you go real one.
Good Luck!
 
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Hi Nilesh,

From now on, I think you should relax and concentrate your efforts in order to review your notes with key points for the exam.

You have to agree with me that if you are not prepared for the exam by now, one week for sure is not enough to learn everything, so be confident, everything you need to know you have learnt in the past weeks.

I think the key point is : If you are consistent in the mock exams you write (by scoring 80% or more), I think you can go for the exam certain that you will pass.

During the next days before the exam, try to answers ALL questions posted on JavaRanch and read other replies in order to detect wrong answers and fix them.

On the day before the exam, forget JavaRanch, forget books, forget Java, forget everything !!!. Try to relax, watch a good movie, play some good game and then have a good night sleep.

For sure you can pass !

Good luck man !

Hope to see you in SCWCD forum.
 
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Thanks all for the wishes. Yo all will be the first friends to know @ my results on 15-May.

Today I am feeling bad because of I found this link. Many of you must be knowing it already.
http://www.gayanb.com/scjp_mock_exams.php

I feel bad because I have not given the exams mentioned on it and I dont want to post pone my exam date just because I have not gone mock exams on the linke. But this link will be definitely helpful for the new comers.
 
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