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PASSED SCJP 6.0 with 81%

 
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Hi Namit,

I thought I'm the only one who failed this exam on the first attempt. I failed with score 56%.

But honestly, the drag & drop question drive me nuts. They're bloody hard to answer.

I don't know if I need to buy another exam voucher to retake. Now I'm prepraing for my retake exam, hopefully I can take my 2nd shot next 2 weeks.
 
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Finally.. I have passed SCJP 6.0 with 81% after a long wait....

The last time I gave the exam i had just passed out of university and was looking for job. But since I landed into my job, i didn't bothered to prepare for the exam. Hence, to motivate my self i bought the exam voucher 6 months back which was due to expire on 31st Jan. I then restarted the preparation in november and finally cleared the exam today. I am even more happy as this exam was causing a hinderance for learning advanced java. Now i can concentrate on the advanced stuff like servlets and jsp.

Last but not least.. I would like to thank.. my dear fellow ranchers who have inspired me to re-appear for the exam and also helped in java related problems.

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Namit Puri,
SCJP 6.0
'Sucess consists of going from failure to failure without the loss of enthusiasm.' -- Winston Churchill
 
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Congrats!! That's the spirit!!
 
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Congrats Namit.
 
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Namit,

Read my signature please, this quote from Mandela always helps me go through tough moments of life.

Don't give up
 
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Congrats and keep applying what you had learned.
 
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Finally.. I have passed SCJP 6.0 with 81% after a long wait....

The last time I gave the exam i had just passed out of university and was looking for job. But since I landed into my job, i didn't bothered to prepare for the exam. Hence, to motivate my self i bought the exam voucher 6 months back which was due to expire on 31st Jan. I then restarted the preparation in november and finally cleared the exam today. I am even more happy as this exam was causing a hinderance for learning advanced java. Now i can concentrate on the advanced stuff like servlets and jsp.

Last but not least.. I would like to thank.. my dear fellow ranchers who have inspired me to re-appear for the exam and also helped in java related problems.

Regards,
Namit Puri,
SCJP 6.0
'Sucess consists of going from failure to failure without the loss of enthusiasm.' -- Winston Churchill
 
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Hi Namit,

"Sucess consists of going from failure to failure without the loss of enthusiasm"

Congratulations
 
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