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I have 3+ years of experience in Java and planning to take the SCJP 5 exam.
I have bought the K&B book for SCJP 5.
I aspire to score 100%
Any tips???
 
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BEGIN:
for ( ; ; ) {

read();
practise();
tryMocks();
evaluateYourSelf();

if (youAreConfident) {
goForExam();
} else {
continue BEGIN;
}

}
[ October 09, 2006: Message edited by: Sai Surya ]
 
Sunil Kumar Jakkaraju
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Thanks Sai Surya.


any specific tips.
Like what other books to refer. Is K&B enough?
Will Study group help?
 
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It is advisable to read only K&B, if you only read K&B that should be ok based on previous successes. Also, try to contribute to this forum not only reading the postings and also try to answer them.

All the best.

- Surya.
 
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"It is advisable to read only K&B, if you only read K&B that should be ok based on previous successes"

I disagree with the first part of that. By all means read K&B, it is an excellent book and it is possible to pass purely based on that. However most people benefit from having information presented in different ways. Thus you can use K&B as your core, but also use as many other sources to support that learning.
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