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scjp1.4

 
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Hi to all,


Am preparing for scjp1.4
I planned to take my exam on end of december.

I got some links for mock exams like javacertificate.com,java prepare.com,onlinemockexams.com,javabeat.com.


Apart from this, is there any other links for scjp1.4?

could you please help me to practice more mock exams?

can i use jdk1.6 for preparing for this exam?

am preparing for past 2 months.

but still am getting scare when attending model exams

please tell me the way to preparing for this exam
 
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Originally posted by kavitha vasu:
Apart from this, is there any other links for scjp1.4?


See the JavaRanch SCJP FAQ.

can i use jdk1.6 for preparing for this exam?


Using Java 5 or Java 6 to prepare for SCJP 1.4 is not a good idea, because the newer versions of Java contain a number of new features, and the answers to some questions might be different if you use Java 5 or 6 instead of 1.4 (for example, questions that have to do with autoboxing - on Java 1.4, the correct answer would be "does not compile" while it would compile without errors on Java 5 or 6).

Use JDK 1.4.2 when you are preparing for SCJP 1.4.
It is still available for download.
 
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