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Some information needed for newer version of exam.

 
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Hi Ranchers,
I am in my final week of preparation for scjp , previously i was preparing for scjp 1.4 but later on i changed my mind and registered for 1.5 ,though i have read new stuffs in 1.5 ,am not confident about generics till now and my exam is on next week so am little bit tensed now , how many number of questions i can expect in newer version of exam on generics and related on those stuffs ,and what is the difficulty level of questions in real exam ? am preparing from k&B book , are the questions given there are equivalent to those real exam or real exam questions are more difficult .

And atlast i need some some advice how to appear questions on exam and how to manage time.
 
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You may expect quite a lot about 1.5 specific stuff. Look at the objectives. You'd better polish the 1.5 related knowledge.
 
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