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Am I Test Ready ?

 
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Hi I read and solved Questions from Khalid book(for 2 weeks) Right now practicing with Whiz labs tests and consistently scoring 70%.
Does that mean, I can be sure that I can comfortably clear the SCJP1.4 exam.
I have programming exp. of 2 years.
I am not aiming for 100% but 90% would be good. But have just another 2 weeks to take the exam. Kindly advise.
Basically it would be great if some one could post some practical checkpoints with ref to something by which he/she can say that the person is sure of getting atleat x% or y% given the same level of toughness and mental state.
 
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Hi Henry sorry about that.I updated the profile. Will now some1 respond to my question please.. Basically i just want to know how do I check my progress. I mean if I get 70% in Whizlabs, does any one how would the real exam 1.4 score be out of his/her experience.??
 
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