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Hi All,

Well, I passed the SCJP 5.0 exam one week ago, with 62%. At least it's passing. It would've been much more embarassing to fail it. I was feeling pretty confident about this exam, since I do pretty well on the mock exams. For my study guide, I used k&B book with http://www.javablackbelt.com and http://www.javabeat.com. I just spent 3 months for preparing this certification. But, I didn't got expected percentage. I have lots of notes for taking real examination. There is drag and drop questions, which are little lengthy, but so helpful in real Exam. Please tell me, What is the next step for doing next certification. Is SCJP 6.0 or SCJP 5.0 upgrade is compulsary to do.

Thanks in Advance.

Manveer Singh
 
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Coninue to apply what you had learnt in SCJP and look into Web development -- Servlets, JSPs, etc and gain some hands on experience.
 
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