Hi, this is a second post of mine on this subject.. i did the Marcus Green exams, got 86%, 85% and 88% on them... i was told that scoring good on them is a good sign.. but i read what Marcus says about them being easier than the actual exam.. so am confused about that if i pass Valentin's exam should i pass ? also my worst point is GridBagLayout.. any good resources for explaining the exam related and important stuff.. cause it seems overwhelming
First of all, I think your scores are good enough to pass as they are. You should feel very confident going into the exam that you'll do well. If you take Val's exam and pass, you'll pass the real exam. I wouldn't worry much about GridBagLayout, either. It might appear on the exam, but in no more than 1 or 2 questions. Corey
i did the Marcus Green exams, got 86%, 85% and 88% on them... i was told that scoring good on them is a good sign.. but i read what Marcus says about them being easier than the actual exam..
I think the Marcus Green exams are as hard as the real one... The actual score that I got in my SCJP was just a shade off my Marcus Green averages. With your scores you have a good chance of scoring well. Best of luck.
Reading tutorials for GridBagLayout for 6 hours doesn't bring the same as that by experimenting GridBagLayout for three hours. One can never understand GridBagLayout until he put his fingers on the keyboard. Three-hour experiment will give you all you need.
That's right. Out of 3 questions in AWT, I got 2 in GridBagLayout. That too conceptwise questions. So, you gotta understand the concept to get good marks. [ June 26, 2002: Message edited by: Thiru Thangavelu ]
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Hi, Nart I think you're ready for exam - I think you'll get more than 85%.... Good luck! Jamal Hasanov www.j-think.com