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how to plan for scjp in 50 days

 
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hi,

I am planning to take my scjp exam in 50 days,

"PLAN"

For this planing is important,anyone who has written the exam can give me some good structure of preparing the exam.

how to allocate time for scjp 1.4 version exam for 50 days time period???


thanks !
 
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Get the SCJP study guide book by Kathy and Bert and read it. Try the mock exams and take the free exams that are available on the internet. Form you own schedule. You learning speed might vary when compared to that of others.
 
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50 days averages to a chapter ever 5 days in the K&B book.

If you don't have a full time job and are dedicated - I'd say you shouldn't have a problem

I planned on doing a chapter a week in the K&B book, but I work full time, so unfortunately that didn't happen. I study about 1 or 2 hours a day and as much as I can on the weekends.
 
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