Hello Friend, It depends on how much time to dedicate for Java.....I have been preparing since 2 months....but still don't feel confident as I am unable to spend more time due to my work.... Well, good hard work will always yield GREAT RESULTS..... so buckle up....... get ready.... Aruna
Guys, I have a suggestion. In the beginning I used to read randomly with so many books and notes. Later I realised to master one topic at a time. So u divide the entire syllabus into sub topics. Take one topic at a time. say Exceptions. Try to search and get all the resources on Exception topic and read. You will get great amount of resources online. So gather them. Once u feel u hv read enough on this topic then take mock tests and answer all the questions on this topic ONLY. maybe while taking the printouts of the mock tests u can mark with pencil which Q belong to which topic. So answer them. And after clearing all the tests again revise this topic and move to next topic. When u finish next topic answer all Qs on the previous topic u covered and the current one. in this way u will update the old topic and master the new one. hope this helps. Good luck.
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