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Hi,

I am scheduled to give the SCJP5 exam in about 24 hours. Please advise me on what last moment crunching can I do ?

I have already read and solved the K&B book questions. I have solved both MasterExams (68% and 64% respectively).

Are there any guides that cover the SCJP in short ? Something like a condensed version of SCJP ? Anything else that I keep in mind ? Anymore papers I must solve ?

Help is highly appreciated.
Thanks.
 
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maybe you can review the "Two minutes drill" or any section you dont feel very confident on. and good luck
 
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Thanks a lot Ahmed .. I am reviewing the sections now, but I still have the last moment creeps and chills.

Any more advice ?
 
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Originally posted by Rohan Dhruva:
Any more advice ?

General advice for exams of all types: DON'T PANIC.

You aren't going to learn enough in the next 24 hours to make any difference, so take it easy. Close the books, step away from the computer. Sit down and have a cool drink, or go for a walk, or whatever relaxes your mind.
 
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Thanks a lot Paul .. I was thinking of doing a mad frenzy of revising hints tips guides notes etc etc .. But as you say, it makes no point .. Bye bye then, computer, tomorrow is the D-Day
 
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