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hello all

i am an undergraduate and novice to java programming , have been programming in java for the past one and half months only. i am planning to undertake SCJP1.4 exam somewhere in december end .currently i am referring "core java 2 fundamentals" by conell & horstman and have also finished java certification book by khalid mogul once.please tell me what other books need to be referred and what my future course of preparations be to secure a good score in the exam

looking forward for your valuable inputs
 
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Go for SCJP by Kathy sierra & BertBates . Its an awesome book . Practice a lot of mock exams . You can get them by searching on Google.


Originally posted by dipayan chatterjee:
hello all

i am an undergraduate and novice to java programming , have been programming in java for the past one and half months only. i am planning to undertake SCJP1.4 exam somewhere in december end .currently i am referring "core java 2 fundamentals" by conell & horstman and have also finished java certification book by khalid mogul once.please tell me what other books need to be referred and what my future course of preparations be to secure a good score in the exam

looking forward for your valuable inputs

 
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