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Hi, Before I answer that question I hope that U have done some preliminary groundwork for your SCJP. As far as I am concerned, I went thru the Java basics and then took a couple of tests to evaluate myself and also to get to know my weakpoints. This pattern continued till about 15 days before the examination and when I was pretty confident that I have ironed out a lot of my weakpoints I registered for the test. This pattern worked out for me pretty good. As the questions cover all the aspects of the SCJP objectives it is pretty important that U study all the points. Thanks Ajay
Welcome to javaranch. You could reach the objectives foll the link. Please note everything is important. I don't think anyone can tell you specifically that this is not important or something like that.... Just suggesting! Btw, nothing is difficult either, just needs some/lot of homework and everything you do eventually will help you.
thanks Ajay kumar, but most of the exam (i.e.) mock which i took was covering basic java not awt,utilities,string class. i have been reading java 2 certification study guide by Simon Roberts i found that most of the mock exam including in java ranch which i have done yesterday were covering only first 6 chapters.
[This message has been edited by padmajavenkat (edited June 20, 2000).]
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Hi, Initially one gets the impression that the first 6 chapters of the RHE guide are the most important - well it is not true. I will emphasize that ALL the chapters are important as EVERY MARK counts. Java Ranch has a link to the list of Mock Exams available. It is at www.javaranch.com/mock.html Good luck Thanks Ajay K.