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Am I ready?

 
Chung Huang
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I have went over the RHE book and took 3 out of the 4 exams that comes with it. I am getting an average of 80%, is that a good indicator for passing? Because Mughal's book seems to cover things a lot deeper than RHE, so this makes me wonder if going over RHE is not enough.
I am going to take the version 1.2 exam on Monday, this uncertainty is stressing me out.
 
Jessica Sant
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If you think you might not quite be ready -- take some more mock exams. Then you can assure yourself that you're all ready.
Check out the FAQ in this forum for a list of Mocks
 
Chung Huang
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Thanks. I'll take more mock exams.
On the objectives listed by Sun, is there a lot of emphasis on the java.awt package and java.io package? I know the basics, but there is just a lot of stuff to be memorized to fulfill all the aspect mentioned. I guess I am just trying to figure out if I could pass with only rudimentary knowledge of the java.awt and java.io package.
Thanks for any comment.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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