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SCJP preparation guidance

 
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im new to java..
im aiming for scjp by march's end..
i scheduled 8 hours a day..im working for it..
im using head first and SCJP book by BATES&SIERRA
ist alright if i learn all stuff in a row..ist ok..
i have to write MOCK TESTS TOO...
bye...
 
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Are you learning Java for the first time? If so then I would suggest you to read a good book to get familiar with the java fundamentals before you hit the KB book which is strictly written for the exam study only.
 
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if you are familiar with java programming , then go fo K&B scjp6.0 book and complete book with question set at the end of each chapter.
then go for mock exam from practice exam book of K&B.


 
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