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Passed SCJP with 100%

 
Jeffrey Jedele
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Owned with awesome 100%. Can't yet believe how lucky I was

No questions about serialization, still the problem with disapperaring Drag'n'Drop questions.
My conclusion about difficulty: If you somehow manage to get a passing score in Devaka Cooray's Exam Lab you should rock the real exam. The questions were really easy.
www.scjptest.com is a little bit easier than the real one I would say (because of synthax highlighting and better coding style).

My thanks:
Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates of course, for their really wonderful study guide. If you read this: If you could manage get that kind of ribbon as bookmark in the book, it would be perfect to 120%. I had to take along a letter of my health insurance as a bookmark for the last few weeks

Devaka Cooray for this killer preparation tool ExamLab. The exams definitely are a pain, but as mentioned above, they enable you to take the real exam in a breeze Be sure that a donation is on it's way. What I would have liked even better, were if the tool was written in Java and more portable to other systems. If you read this, would you perhaps be open for some testing in this direction, if I have too much time at university some day?

Least but not last, Michael M., my java lecturer from last semester. Without his knowledge on non-iterable iterators and funny uses of try-catch-blocks, I would not have gotten the last 4%

How did you others do?
 
Tomasz Ostrowski
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Congrats Jeffrey!

I think I never heard that someone made such a score. Awesome!

I have my SCJP challenge tomorrow @ 09:30 a.m.

My preparations were Sierra & Bates plus jqplus mock tests now. In jqplus I score about 75-80% all the time. I just hope the questions in jqplus are more or less on the similar difficulty level as those on the real test..

 
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Congrats !
 
Komal Arora
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100% AWESOME!!!

congrats
 
Abimaran Kugathasan
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Congrats!
 
Arjun Srivastava
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congrats
very well done
 
Devaka Cooray
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Congratulations Jeffrey,
Glad to know that ExamLab helped.

Jeffrey Jedele wrote:What I would have liked even better, were if the tool was written in Java and more portable to other systems. If you read this, would you perhaps be open for some testing in this direction, if I have too much time at university some day?

This is one of the things in the giant to-do list of ExamLab.
 
Sumit Khurana
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Congrats jeffrey..
that is a very great score....a perfect one...
 
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Perfect score, congrats
 
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