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New SCJP 1.2 Mock Exam available

 
Tim Goffings
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Hello everyone,
Some time ago, I passed SCJP 1.2.
Since I learned a lot from this forums, but didn't contribute, I wanted to create a mock exam for
all of you who are studying for SCJP certification for the moment.
You can found our mocks at http://www.javacoding.net/mocks
The application is started via Java WebStart, which requires a JDK1.4 or a JDK1.3 with a seperate download
links are on the site.
We currently have 100 questions in our repository, which are randomly selected for you.

any feedback is greatly appreciated!
tell us what you think in our SCJP certification forum (http://www.javacoding.net/forum)
or via mail (tim@javacoding.net).
regards,
Tim
http://www.javacoding.net
[ August 29, 2002: Message edited by: Tim Goffings ]
[ August 29, 2002: Message edited by: Tim Goffings ]
 
Valentin Crettaz
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You might want to specify that your mock exam is for SCJP 1.2 and not 1.4 since it contains IO and AWT questions.
You might also want to consider giving the appropriate number of correct options for every question or none at all.
Typos
Question 39:
Thread t = new Tread(object);
should be
Thread t = new Thread(object);
Question 25 solution:
inCorrect should be incorrect
 
Tim Goffings
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Originally posted by Valentin Crettaz:
You might want to specify that your mock exam is for SCJP 1.2 and not 1.4 since it contains IO and AWT questions.
You might also want to consider giving the appropriate number of correct options for every question or none at all.
Typos
Question 39:
Thread t = new Tread(object);
should be
Thread t = new Thread(object);
Question 25 solution:
inCorrect should be incorrect

Valentin,
thanks for trying out mock exam and posting your feedback. We'll correct the typos later this day.
We've chosen not to show the number of correct answers to make it a little more difficult than the real exam.
hasta
Tim
http://www.javacoding.net
 
Valentin Crettaz
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We've chosen not to show the number of correct answers to make it a little more difficult than the real exam.
Agreed, and that's how the real exam should be in my opinion
 
Kedar Joshi
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hi Tim!
I tried to install Java Web Start to run mock test. But nothing is happening. Java Web Start is running on my machine but does not lauch even demos. what could be the problem ?
kedar
 
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http://java.sun.com/products/javawebstart/docs/readme.html
Are you behind a firewall?, and particularly are you beind a Microsoft firewall? The MS Firewall/Internet access has some cunning stuff whereby under some configurations it will allow requests from any web related software so long as that software is IE.
Marcus
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Tim Goffings
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Originally posted by Marcus Green:
http://java.sun.com/products/javawebstart/docs/readme.html
Are you behind a firewall?, and particularly are you beind a Microsoft firewall? The MS Firewall/Internet access has some cunning stuff whereby under some configurations it will allow requests from any web related software so long as that software is IE.
Marcus
[ August 29, 2002: Message edited by: Marcus Green ]


indeed, we have had some other users who were not able to start the application because of firewall issues.
You may want to check whether your proxy configuration is set to 'Use Browser' or 'Manual' (if you want to specify your proxy server manualy).

Tim
http://www.javacoding.net
 
Kedar Joshi
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thanks, I will check and let you know.
Kedar
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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