hi guys, i gave my exam today morning,managed to get 83%. i am o.k with it, although not too happy. thanks to javaranch.i have been participating in it for the last one month.one advise is that you should write down lots of code and work out, then you won't get confused in the exam.the questions that i got in io,util,awt were mostly theoritical.the rest small snippets of code not more than 15 lines.be careful about how you read the question.
Prasanthi, Congradulations. I'm taking the exam on Monday and I'd be more than happy with that score. Did you have prior java exprience? Kourosh [This message has been edited by Kourosh Keshavarzi (edited November 12, 2000).]
I think that asking for questions from the exam is pretty bold. Since it is copyrighted material, the lawyers from Sun might think that you are attempting to put together a cheat sheet. Not to mention that I think it would be within their rights to not let you take the exam. Plus, anyone that gives out such information will just make it so that your having passed will be less valueable as the cheat sheets find their way around. And I beleive if you get caught giving out anything resembling the real questions you can get in legal trouble. I wouldn't be suprised if Sun came here and posed as "I just passed" to see who they could catch. And I wouldn't be suprised if sun went to everybody who said "I just passed" and tried to ask for a brain dump. How else will Sun ensure that the exam remains valid? I think asking "was there a lot on threads?" is a valid question. But asking for specific questions is wrong.
Hi! Prasanthi, big congraaaats. Yes I completely agree with Paul regarding the questions that some people r asking out here. It will be a great error if anybody gives or tells the real exam questions as it may reduce the certification value. ------------------ Graaaasp the Concepts and Graaaab SCJP. :Anil Kollur:
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