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neha jain
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hi friends,
i shall write the details after some time.
neha.
 
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CONGRATULATIONS!!!
I knew you would pass!!!
Good work!!!
 
Fei Ng
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CONGRATULATIONS!!!
I knew you would pass!!!
Good work!!!
 
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Congrats!!!
All the best for future.
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CONGRATS.... Neha. Good job. It's really nice to know that u got it with 74%. As u told earlier u was getting around 65% or 70% in jqplus( correct me if m wrong)but now u score 74%, it's really nice. Do plz tell me what was ur %age in last days of exam.
Congrats again
sandy
 
Fiona Barker
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Congratulations Neha!
 
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Congrats Neha...good job done and now relax....
Did u get any ques on GridbagLayout?

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guoyuan zhao
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conguatulation!
 
neha jain
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hi firnds,
thanks all for your wishes.
though my score is not so high but i am happy to b a SCJP.
my score in various scetions is as follows-
declarations and access control..87%
flow control and exception handling..57%
garbage collection..0%
language fundamentals..88%
operators and assignments..42%
overloading,overridind,runtime,object orientation..100%
threads..57%
awt..50%
lang..100%
util..100%
I/0..100%
in awt around 3 ques. based on asking the return type of methods in eventhandling.and yes 1 ques.asking knowledge of all layout managers of which gridbaglayout was the correct option.
operators mainly revolving around preincrement and postincrement inside the conditions of loops(really difficult)
single ques on gc which i got wrong.
IO ques. mainly about constructors,and 1 on encoding possibility.
around 5-6 ques. on overloading and overriding,which i found quite easy may b because i had a very clear picture about this thing.
thread ques. were such that i was not sure about a single.3-4 were code based and others without code.u really need to write enough code on multithreading.
few ques. on math class methods,extending vector class,instantiating an interface,top level class access modifiers etc.
now i would like to tell about my preparations.i come from biology background and have no programming experience in any language.first computer language i started is java.the book i first refered to undersatnd the language is patrick naughton.
after studying it for around 2 months i decided to prepare for scjp.got a guide by jammie jaworskie.studied it thoroughly for 1 month.then came accross this site and realized that i should but a guide by RHE.i bought but never went through it completely,used it just as reference where i had doubt.after this i was scoring just 60% in marcus green mocks.then i purchased jwhiz stimulator and gave all practise tests improving my score from 60's to 80's.my avg.in 9 tsets was 73.7%.and my score in real exam is 44/59=74.6%,which was rounded to 74%.
after giving jwhiz i was still not confident and then went through API documentation which really helped me score 100% in io.,i also went through velmurugan's notes but only for io and threads.
i was expecting actual score between 68-72%.
javaranch continuously inspired me to work hard.specially the section of results.this is a wonderful site.thanks to alll the members of this site.
neha.
 
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Congrats! Neha, Job well done...What next?
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leena rane
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Congrats Neha
 
Sudhir Bangera
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Cungratulations Neha(SCJP2)
Sudhir SCJP2
 
neha jain
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hi Barry,
looking at the score of my Jwhiz,i was expecting somewhat lower score(as i had heard that Jwhiz is easier than actual exam),but was amazed to get such a close score.but there is one more factor,after giving the jwhiz i went through some topics all over again,and referred API and velmurugan's notes after that.
anyway,Jwhiz helped me to realize the topics i was weak in.
IO was one of them.i scored so bad in IO in jwhiz that decided to study it again keeping in mind the mistakes.finally i scored 100% in this topic.
neha.
 
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Congratulations Neha
well done, good job

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Ashu Garg
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Congrats neha
 
Sonia Virmani
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Congrats neha... your efforts and tips have greatly inspired me.
where r u moving from scjp???
best of luck to your future
sonia
 
sonir shah
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hi neha..
frankly speaking I am new to this java world..
I am appearing for sun certifications by next month
I have heard alot about JQplus..can u please tell me what is it>.
the site?..exams..etc..
Thanx..sonir
 
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Originally posted by sonir shah:
hi neha..
frankly speaking I am new to this java world..
I am appearing for sun certifications by next month
I have heard alot about JQplus..can u please tell me what is it>.
the site?..exams..etc..
Thanx..sonir

JQPlus is commercial mock exam tool, you can try and purchase it at - http://www.enthuware.com/jqplus
It is supposed to be harder than the real exam. If you are new, I suggest you visit Maha Anna's page and read the info abt resources, mocks etc there. Visit JavaRanch often, that'll help you a lot.
Good Luck,
- Manish
 
neha jain
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hi sonir,
jqplus and jwhiz are two different commercial mock simulators.
i had purchased jwhiz.jwhiz is slightly easier and jqplus is slightly more difficult than actual exam.
there r so many practise tests in these.using these u can easily find what topics u r weak in,and some imp.points will b regularly revised.
they r really worth their price.
if u have any more ques. b free to ask.
neha.
 
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Congratulations Neha
 
sonir shah
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Originally posted by neha jain:
hi sonir,
jqplus and jwhiz are two different commercial mock simulators.
i had purchased jwhiz.jwhiz is slightly easier and jqplus is slightly more difficult than actual exam.
there r so many practise tests in these.using these u can easily find what topics u r weak in,and some imp.points will b regularly revised.
they r really worth their price.
if u have any more ques. b free to ask.
neha.

Thanx Neha.
What do u say which one should i go for.jwhiz of JQ plus.
and from where do we download or seek info for both of them,,please let me know the URL.
 
Roopa Bagur
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CONGRATULATIONS NEHA.. Good job
Originally posted by neha jain:
hi sonir,
jqplus and jwhiz are two different commercial mock simulators.
i had purchased jwhiz.jwhiz is slightly easier and jqplus is slightly more difficult than actual exam.
there r so many practise tests in these.using these u can easily find what topics u r weak in,and some imp.points will b regularly revised.
they r really worth their price.
if u have any more ques. b free to ask.
neha.

 
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