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Hi i am in the process of preparing scjp 1.5,is it very important to
remember all the exam objectives,if so how will it help me?

THANK YOU.
 
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Hi Zartab,

Do you mean memorizing the text of the exam objective list? If so, that will be of extremely little help (if indeed any at all!). Rather, you need to make sure that your knowledge fulfills all of the exam objectives, i.e. you must know all the concepts that the objectives refer to.
 
zartab ameen
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Thanks Kelvin i will definitely remember all the concepts.

Please can you suggest some good mock exam sites or some
free mock engines which help me through my preperation

THANK YOU
 
Kelvin Chenhao Lim
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Hi Zartab,

This site's SCJP FAQ has a good list of mock exams, as well as answers to many other common questions about SCJP preparation. Good luck!
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