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Yesterday morning I've cleared SCJP with 88%. Biggest score in OOP concepts, Declarations, Initializations and Scooping and Flow Control (100%) and lowest on threads (60%). I think I've got more than 12 questions on threads...and some were a little strange But anyway, I'm happy One thing I consider important - what helped me pass the test: SCJP Study Guide 1.6 by Kathy Sierra & Bert Bates and Examlab 1.6 by Devaka Cooray - absolutely AWESOME, I'll definitely make him a donation I mean, I scored 88% on almost all his tests, and got the same score on the final exam

So, next...SCJD, starting next month. I'll be reading the forum for advice and study materials ;) Good luck to all of you!
 
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Evelina Vrabie wrote:Yesterday morning I've cleared SCJP with 88%. Biggest score in OOP concepts, Declarations, Initializations and Scooping and Flow Control (100%) and lowest on threads (60%). I think I've got more than 12 questions on threads...and some were a little strange But anyway, I'm happy One thing I consider important - what helped me pass the test: SCJP Study Guide 1.6 by Kathy Sierra & Bert Bates and Examlab 1.6 by Devaka Cooray - absolutely AWESOME, I'll definitely make him a donation I mean, I scored 88% on almost all his tests, and got the same score on the final exam

So, next...SCJD, starting next month. I'll be reading the forum for advice and study materials ;) Good luck to all of you!



PS: I don't see many girls here on the forum...Hope I can fit in
 
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Congratulations!!!
 
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Evelina Vrabie wrote:PS: I don't see many girls here on the forum...Hope I can fit in



Me neither! Congratulations, and I hope to see you around more often!
 
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Thanks to all!! I'll be haunting the ranch
 
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Congratulations on the good score
 
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Congratulations Evelina
Glad to know that it helped.
 
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Devaka Cooray wrote:Congratulations Evelina
Glad to know that it helped.



Awesome, your tests are the best...and I've learned quite a few tricks from them! Highly recommend them!
 
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