Bugatti -> Car.
Cameron Wallace McKenzie wrote:
Bugatti -> Car.
I think you meant to say:
Viper -> Car
Glen McAfee wrote:Rob, you mentioned that the 3 day Sun course didn't really prepare you for what was on the test. So, in your opinion, is the Sun training (whether web based or classroom) worth the investment? or would you just recommend book study & mock testing prior to taking the exam?
and a plastic card the size of a credit card which states "Sun Certified Professional" on the front with your name, what your certified in "Sun Certified Associate for the Java Platform, Standard Edition", the date in which you passed the exam, and the signature of VP/CLO of Sun.
However, when taking the exam at the discounted price, you do not receive the lapel pin, logo, and the wallet card. These items do not prove your certification status, they are extras. Your certification status is verified by publishing your certification status through the Sun CertManager website at http://www.certmanager.net/sun; or an employer or other party may verify your certification status by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sandy Shetty wrote:Once again Rob, thank you very much for the information that you provided.
It was a great analysis that you put up here. All the references that you provided have been of enormous help to me for my exams.
In fact, the write up, the references, not to forget your experience, were of great assistance and helped me to pass the SCJA exam with flying colors.
I passed my SCJA exam yesterday with 96% marks (just missed out on 2 questions ). Like you said, I wish I could go back and solve them too
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