Congrats! Greate Score. Would you pls share you preparation summary. It will be helpful for us. What are the Mock Exams you have attended.
Joined: Nov 22, 2006
To many thanks my friends, and i hope to be a helpful member in this community.
let me first back up and surf from the top. A-to those are pursuing java5 exam, with a solid background in java4 should only concentrate on the differences between java1.4 and java5. the next step should be solving the ****** , this will be more than enough
B-to those who are asking about my exam preparation :
1-get the exam objectives from suns 2-down load the jdk1.5 and it's docs 3-make use of an interactive java IDE like Eclipse or JavaBeans(which helps you jump to the APIs offline with few clicks) 4-try to tackle the objectives one after another.(by first looking at the class APIs, and do some hands-on)
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[ December 16, 2006: Message edited by: Ahmed Rezk ]
(edited out braindump) [ February 01, 2007: Message edited by: Barry Gaunt ]
Joined: Jun 04, 2002
Originally posted by Ahmed Rezk: ...
the next step should be solving the ***** , this will be more than enough
5-the final step should be ******
JFYI: Using ******, ******* and other braindumps is discouraged at JavaRanch.
(removed braindumps) [ February 01, 2007: Message edited by: Barry Gaunt ]
I googled for ******[since i know nothing about the conversation which is going on] and nothing came up.
I googled for ****** and it gave me 21.000 pages result. Not sure why you won't get any page ... [maybe you're behind corporate proxy or smth like that]
Originally posted by prashanth kumar:
So what are these packages and why its discouraged in javaraanch??
These are "brain dumps" - set of real questions from real exam. Using braindumps is discourages, since JavaRanch is a community with the aim to help study, not to cheat. [ February 01, 2007: Message edited by: Barry Gaunt ]
Originally posted by johan van der zen: where can i get these "real" questions? is this allowed by SUN?
No, it is not allowed, and neither is any discussion here on JavaRanch of where one might possibly get them. Let's focus the discussion on Ahmeds result, and leave the illegal parts out of it. [ December 05, 2006: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]