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Hey ranchers,
i have my scjp exam on monday. iam reallly scared. though i have done K&B nicely. what guarantees that i will pass?
iam yet to do mocktests ,, am just practising more code.

can you give some guidelines on how should the exam be approached ?
 
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There are no guarantees of any kind. With studying K&B and with practicing mock exams (which you haven't done yet which is not good), you should be able to pass the exam with a decent score. You can find a list of mock exams on the ScjpMockTests page..
 
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