I heard there are actually 61 questions, 59 of each will actually contribute to the score. Two are for SUN's own research purposes. Has anyone heard of this?
Joined: Aug 26, 2001
Where the h*&^ did you hear that The questions are numbered from 1 to 59 so if there were really 61 questions, people would notice it and report it here, but I admit that it is the first time I hear that...
Nazmul Huda Sarkar
Joined: Feb 01, 2002
Hi Val Pecaoco Its Nazmul from Bangladesh. I scored 100% on 31st Jan-2002. I know some other people who also scored 100%, 1 from Zhang (China) and other from India (forget his name). I heard 5/6 100% scorer. So ofcourse its attainable. And thanks Valentin....for still memorizing me...
Nazmul<br />SCJP,SCWCD,IBM OOAD with UML
Joined: Feb 28, 2002
yeah from my institute OPERATION BADAR PAKISTAN...MR.TAQI HUSSAIN HAS SCORED 100% IN SCJP WE ARE LOOKING FOR 100% IN SCWCD...
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Joined: Dec 05, 2001
OK, it's official:
...Sun is putting wrong questions on purpose in the exam.
is a myth. Thanks guys. I guess I'll have to make "It's 100% or bust!" as my battlecry. I think every SCJP2 aspirant too Ex Animo Java! -- Val [ April 15, 2002: Message edited by: Val Pecaoco ]
Joined: Nov 22, 2008
I work for a guy who sat alongside Bjarne Stroustrup on the C++ standards committee and who is mentioned in the acknowledgements in the Gang of Four book... and he scored 98% on the SCJP. One of the best Java/OO guys around and even he didn't get 100%. Guess it's possible, but very difficult. I got 84%, being just a mere mortal.