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I am planning to take my exam on last week of this month... Right now i am doing mock exams....in the sense, i am not doing the exam(for the mark) instead i am studying the questions,Execute them and understand the flow,the tips and traps.... I am familiar with lot of questions now.But am i going the right way?............ I am planning to start taking the mock exams ten days before the exam(ie to know the the marks and the condition of mine....).....Please reply to me in a professional way...... Expecting to hear from you all................
 
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Hi,

There's this big difference between executing the mock questions on your machine and your mind, i mean, what you are doing is not wrong, but is not preferred for the purpose of the SCJP exam.

By executing the questions on your machine, you will 100% understand the problem, but, as a matter of fact, you will not have put yourself in the environment of a test.

Solve each and every mock question as if you are solving the real exam.

Isolate yourself when solving mock exams, live it as you are solving the real test, try to gain as much self confidence as possible.

Use a paper and a pencil when solving some questions that need to use them.

Let us hear about your high mark soon ...

Best of luck ...
 
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I admire the cool suggestions of Vladimir!

Manoj, When you study a topic, there are certain restrictions, eg. you can't make it static, final or you can't override certain thing, you can do that in this way, final class can't be inherited, no direct construction of NumberFormat class, so so so.

You should write small programs and as it will definitely help you to understand the real scenario on the practical base. It will fill your heart
with triumph of confidence. I am on the same boat as you are. Going to write exam on first week of the May month. I have adhered the same guideline.

Each small program you write gives you something that helps you in the exam.


Let's rock the exam!

Regards,
cmbhatt
 
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Thanks both of you, for your valuable suggestions...........
 
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