This week's book giveaway is in the OCAJP 8 forum. We're giving away four copies of OCA Java SE 8 Programmer I Study Guide and have Edward Finegan & Robert Liguori on-line! See this thread for details.
Hi all I have passed SCJP with 72% , I might able to get more marks but the time (90 min) for 59 questions was too short. It was very difficult to answer all question in this time. I think time should be 120 min. Javaranch site helped me a lot and specially maha site is remarkable site for SCJP. I attemted all mock exam on maha site and got 100% in Java rules roundup, 85% to 90% in marcus green exam, 95% in Jxam, 94% in R&H exam tester but in real exam I just get 72%. This means that mock exam score don't reflect in real exam. And the time is too short. What should I do next? When will I receive my certificate? Can I test my result on any sun site? If yes then what is URL? Can I check how many people are certified in a country or city like Pakistan & Lahore? What is URL? Can anybody help? Thanks Noor
Hi, Congrats!!! Could you confirm about the duration of the test you took? is it 120 mins or 90 mins?When did you take the test? wish you a very happy New-Year Enjoy. with regds NM
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Thanks, The time was 90 min. Total questions were 59 + 3 agreement question which we can click by selecting I agree. Never waste your time in reading first 3 questions. I don't know why Sun do this, as it is just waste your 1/2 min in just clicking first 3 questions. These should not asked during test time. Anyhow Sun better know this. I cleared test on 31/12/2000
Originally posted by nityananda mukherjee: Hi, Congrats!!! Could you confirm about the duration of the test you took? is it 120 mins or 90 mins?When did you take the test? wish you a very happy New-Year Enjoy. with regds NM
Congratulations Noor-e-Mustafa You can check your score on-line at http://www.galton.com/~sun/. You'll need to enter some information off the Examination Score Report to log-in so have it handy. Hope that helps.
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