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Hi Monika I guess the book you are refering to is The complete reference. I don't think that book would get you good marks in SCJP. I would suggest that you come to the SCJP forum often. If possible try to get Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates study guide. [ August 11, 2003: Message edited by: Anupam Sinha ]
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Hi Anupam... Thanks for the suggestion. Yes u r right thats a complete reference. Please tell me the topics also to be prepared for the test.
Hey Guys, I have scheduled my 035 exam for next month.. i have been scoring 44 to 50 %(nearly failed) several mocks. I think u guys can suggest me a good mode of prep ...the thing is anything can come into any method ..literally thinking in terms of compiler is needed. I need a desperate hand . I have been on Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates. Pz guys help.
javagreenhorn, I used Kathy and Bates's book, it is really good. I'd suggest that you go through the test objectives first and read up some basic documentation on the topics. You can also try some the tutorials like Marcus Green's or Dan' test prep materials. btw, your name doesn't seem to confirm to the java ranch policy. I'm sure you will be prompted to change it by the moderators. You'd be better off looking at the naming policy on Java Ranch. HTH. Vikram
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