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passed SCJP6 with 96%.  RSS feed

 
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Hey All,

I just passed scjp 310-065 exam today morning with 96% score got 2 questions wrong
the score i was expecting is 98% after clicked on finish but never less I'm quit satisfy with current score as well, the exam was quit easy for me(perhaps, am lucky one to get easier questions)

first of all i would like to thanks bert & kathy for such a wonderful book, the book is absolutely perfect for the java professionals like me, but if you are beginner i would recommend scjp guide by Khalid Mughal & Rolf Rasmussen.
2nd i would like to thanks from bottom of my heart to all my rancher fellows for keep asking and answering such great & helpful questions.

things which i recommend for passing scjp:
clear your all basic concepts on OO(i.e inheritance, encapsulation, coupling and etc)
check java.io.File methods.
check TreeSet & HashSet methods thoroughly.
read collection & generics from mughal & rasmussen guide.
clear the concepts on exceptions(i.e checked and unchecked exception, which are thrown by programmer??)
proper usage of wait/notify/notifyall in threads.
do remember usage of compareTo(), equals() and hashCode() methods(including proper implementation)
(remember you can only compare inequality of a object by hashCode() not equality.)

in last i would appreciate the efforts of Paul Wheaton(owner of java ranch website) to gather such a huge java crowd here A really big applause for him



Kind Regards

Minhaj
 
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Congrats, that's a wonderful score
 
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Heyy congrats
good score yaar
 
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congr8s Minhaj wonderful score.
 
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Congrats, champion!
 
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thank you all ;)
 
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Hi M M kaimkhani, Congrats for good score
thanks for tips.
How do you evaluate the level of issues of Threads?
Was difficult?
Congrats
 
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thanks.
fortunately I got only 3 questions on threads.
2 was on proper usage of wait/notify/notifyall and 1 was regarding sequential output.
 
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Congrats
 
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thanks Vijitha Kumara
 
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Congrats!
 
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Thanks Jothi Shankar Kumar ;-) , one more thanks for SCWCD hints link - great work i really appreciate it.
 
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Congratulations on passing the exam and thank you
for the pointers. I will sit for the exam soon so study
guidance is very helpful.

All the best,
Jim...

 
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Congrats and keep up the good work.
 
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Thank Jim & Thanks Arulk.
 
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Congrats
 
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