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K&B's Java SE 7 Programmer I & II Study Guide Section Breakdown

 
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Hey Guys, as part of my flexible semester at college we have been tasked with obtaining the Oracle Java Programmer II (1Z0-804) certificate, bypassing the associate exam. I understand that doesn't make much sense, but its just the approach the college takes. My question is, in K&B's Java SE 7 Programmer I & II Study Guide does section 1 deal with 1Z0-803 and section 2 with 1Z0-804 or is it just how the the book was divided up?
 
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Alan,
Mostly. But the Programmer II exam assumes you know everything on the Programmer I exam. Which means you need to know the material well and the test taking techniques that are covered in part 1. I recommend reading the whole book.
 
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