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Back to the days of SCJP and SCWCD, where in the final mock exams, we were informed : Do the final mock exam, get your mark, sum some amount of marks, and your score in the real exam has to be close. And by the way, this approximately worked with me in both, SCJP and SCWCD

Now, is there a similar formula in the final mock exams of the SCJA books ?

Back to the days of SCJP and SCWCD, where in the final mock exams, we were informed : Do the final mock exam, get your mark, sum some amount of marks, and your score in the real exam has to be close. And by the way, this approximately worked with me in both, SCJP and SCWCD

Now, is there a similar formula in the final mock exams of the SCJA books ?

Thanks and regards,

I used Cameron's book (SCJA Scam something or other) and the mock exam that was at the back of his book. I took the full mock exam only once and I believe I scored either exactly or within 1% point on the real exam as I did on the mock exam. Now how's that for a proven SCJA formula?

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