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SCJP 1.4 or 1.5????

 
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Hi,

I was preparing scjp 1.5 for the past 6 months.I got a discount voucher from my friend and took the exam on Aug 30th.But didnt clear the exam.I jus scored 47% and time was not sufficient.I didnt attend ten questions in the exam due to lack of time.I didnt take any mock exams priorer to the main exam.I felt so bad and feel like I should have taked 1.4 exam.

Now I'm in a confusion whether to start preparing for 1.4 and take the exam or start preparing well for 1.5 and take the exam after 1yr.

Please give me some inputs on this.

Thanks,
Sumi
 
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HI FRIEND,

I THINK YOU ARE HALF WAY OUT TO SCJP 1.5,THEN WHY RU LEAVING IT. SO PREPARE NOW WELL BY TAKING AS MANY MOCKS AS POSSIBLE...YOU'LL DEFNETLY GET IT..........ALL THE BEST MY FRIEND..
 
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Please Arun don't put all Caps. As it is harder to read and implies shouting in internet terms.

I'd suggest 1.5, since you are already half way there. Doesn't matter if you gonna choose 5 or 4. If you don't prepare well, then it doesn't matter.
 
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