dont know if this is the right place to post this.. but it seemed most relevant. so is it impossible.. or do guys do it.. for i see very few people scoring like a 98 and never have i seen a guy with 100. in my organization too in five years there has been no body ! am a year old in the industry and am giving SCJP end of this month.,. what is the jinx with a 100% in this exam,.... is it poss? thanks for reading
click above on search link and search post with subject "scjp 100%" u will get the post of ppl who got 100% ...ya...i m also giving scjp test in 10 days and my aim is to get 100% ... it will be challange...
No, the actual score is irrelevant unless you explicitly put it on your CV (it's not printed on your certificate or on any official paperwork except the exam results sheet you get from the exam center). Personally I'd consider anyone putting a high score on their CV to likely be braggers, which would possibly work against them in an interview (if they'd even get one).
Of course if the question does come up during an interview what your actual score was and you can truthfully say it was 100% it might well work in your favour.
Joined: Mar 14, 2003
i think Jeroen Wenting is saying right ... if we write 100% in our cv and if an interview by chance we got stuck in any java question.... it will make our image down...... even if the question is not from scjp objectives..and we can't say to intervier that " the question u asked is not from scjp objectives" :roll:
so scjp is only a certificate that u know java...
but some times i think as i don't have much % in my accademic record so can i put the java % ( if i score good) to influence that i m not dump ???
Personally I'd consider anyone putting a high score on their CV to likely be braggers, which would possibly work against them in an interview (if they'd even get one).
Surprised to hear that. If you have achieved that and mention it in you Resume how does that qualify for bragging. If that is bragging then anything you put under the head "Achievements" will be bragging.
Joined: Jun 15, 2004
Originally posted by amit taneja:
i think Jeroen Wenting is saying right ... if we write 100% in our cv and if an interview by chance we got stuck in any java question.... it will make our image down...... even if the question is not from scjp objectives
No one can ever answer all the java questions. So 100% does not mean one is trying to say that one knows everything about Java. It is just a way of saying that you took a job(certification) and finished it with as much accuracy as possible.