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SCJP 1.4

 
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Hi,

I am palnning to write SCJP 1.4 in a August ...just completed reading 9 chapters from the book ...
Can anybody post some mock exams links and given some advice on what to do next....

Thanks,
 
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"Gemz", welcome to JavaRanch. Please check your private messages. You can see them by clicking My Private Messages.

For more information about SCJP and a list of mock exams, see the JavaRanch SCJP FAQ. You can find the link in my signature below.
 
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Why 1.4? With SCJP 1. 5 and 1.6 in the picture why choose that? Its not my business and sorry for unasked-advice but I could not resist.
 
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I did'nt get time to write the exam and its expiring in Aug so I decided to write it.......
 
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