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SUn certified Java programmer

 
Girish, Aradhya
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Hi,
Recently I had taken Sun Certified Java programmer exam. Unfotunately I failed to do so. See, first 20-22 Questions were based completely on Overloading and Overrding and next major set of Questions were based on Thread and java.io.? Some candidates were telling me that - " once you give wrong answer to a question, similar pattern/kinf of question appear on the same topic. Can anyone tell me whether it is true or not ? I am under the impression that Questions appear randomly but not based what answer went wrong for what question ?
Please let me know as I have appered again for the exam.
Thank you so much.
 
Bosun Bello
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If you post your questions to the programmer Certification forum, you will get more responses.
Make sure you check out the exam objectives at Sun's site before trying to take the exam again. You are correct, the exam covers lots of fundamentals, overloading, overriding, etc.
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SCJP for the Java� 2 Platform
 
Marilyn de Queiroz
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"once you give wrong answer to a question, similar pattern/kind of question appear on the same topic"

This is not true at this point in time although it may happen sometime in the future.
 
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