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SCJP/OCPJP 6 Certification Tips

 
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Hi i am Puli and new to JavaRanch
      I would like to know the best way to accomplish SCJP/OCPJP 6
      I have a prior knowledge of Java language need some more guidance to secure 100% in the exam.
      It would be better if some one provide links for online stimulator exams.

Thanks
Puli
 
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Hi Puli,

Welcome to CodeRanch!

Please SearchFirst. Also, kindly go through FAQs of this forum.

I hope this helps.
 
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Puli, please read our ScjpFaq, you'll find lots of useful information there...
 
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Puli Simham wrote:Hi i am Puli and new to JavaRanch
      I would like to know the best way to accomplish SCJP/OCPJP 6
      I have a prior knowledge of Java language need some more guidance to secure 100% in the exam.
      It would be better if some one provide links for online stimulator exams.

Thanks
Puli



Read KB's study guide, do the self-test questions and the 2 mock exams in the CD will help you pass the test. If you want to pass the test with a high score, read KB's practice exam. If you want to learn more , read Mughal's and Rasmussen's study guide. This book does a good job to explain java/javac, multiple threading and generic topics. This book provides you a lot of challenging mock exam questions, even much harder than the real exam.

If you still have time , buy the Oracle e-practice exam and work on it. A lot of Java ranchers said it is helpful, too.

Also, allow yourself at least 6 months to prepare for the exam. I spent a year to prepare for it even though I have 6 years of experience as a Java developer in the software industry. There will be a lot of Java issues that I never saw in the real world application. Trust me, once you pass the exam, you will feel that you are a valuable assess to whatever company you work for and you will be able to make better career advancement. Good luck.

 
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