Most of the exceptions in java.lang are run-time exceptions. The most noteworthy non-run-time is InterruptedException, which is very important to know for some of the Thread/Object synchronization methods (sleep, join & wait).
People studying for the SCJP should also learn to look directly at the source code. As a picture is worth a thousand words, a java.lang source file is worth is thousand explanations.
There is any Tip�s to easily identify the exceptions are related to either RuntimeException or Exception.
Because these are the large list. I don�t know how to remeber this on the exam.
There is no need to remember different Runtime exceptions (unchecked) and checked exception. When you do lots of coding, automatically everything gets clear. There are some exceptions related to Thread which are confusing, best way is understand them by code instead of just memorizing them.