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Hi all,

I perared scjp1.4 2 months ago.Now i want to write scjp1.4 exam.My question
is it better to write scjp1.4 now or else i have to take scjp1.5.i am in confusion.can any one give me suggestion which one i have to take scjp1.4 or scjp1.5.i didn't work on java.i am searching for jobs now.this is right time t o take scjp1.4 or 1.5
 
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If you prepared for SCJP 1.4 Do SCJP 1.4

You would find SCJP 1.5 Confusing.

On the other hand, you can prepare for 1.5 and cover the new topics missing in 1.4.
 
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I'd recommend you to stick with SCJP 1.4 as you have already prepared for it. You should find it easy to just recive it once and give the exam. As the above post says, you might get confused if you start with 1.5, provided you spend some time studying for it firsthand.
 
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