I just put up a new version of my mock exam at the URL contained in my signature. The new version has one more topic based exam called Basics. It covers class declarations, identifiers, access modifiers, parameter passing, and other basic concepts that a new Java programmer should know. The Basics topic contains 15 questions. If you just started studying for your exam, then the basics exam is the best place to start. As you cover more material in your studies, then you can move on to the other topic specific exams. I also added 10 questions to the set of four comprehensive exams. The ten new questions were add to existing topics such as initialization, casting, and operators. The four comprehensive exams now contain 22 questions each. Please give my mock exam a try at the URL contained in my signature.
Dan Chisholm<br />SCJP 1.4<br /> <br /><a href="http://www.danchisholm.net/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Try my mock exam.</a>
Dan, your questions on topic wise are very very good. I had gone thru flow control questions and they are really very good.. Are the real exam questions will be having the same degree of difficulty and traps???
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Murthy, I think that my control flow questions are more difficult than the real exam. I have been thinking about dividing some of them into two questions that are a little less complex. Even so, I think that my questions are more instructive than the real exam questions since mine produce a lot of data that makes it easier to understand the flow. Thank you for your feedback. I appreciate it.
Dan , your mock exams are indeed very helpful . The topic specific exams help us identify , where we lack knowledge and therefore need to brush it up in those areas ...waiting to take up more on the other topics that have not been put up yet . Thanks.