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Navneet kumar
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hi friends , i have read kethy sierra book but still not confident about the exam .
  • Is there any other study material required for the exam ?
  • Where do i get mock exams paper both free downloadable and paying one and which is better ?
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    Dirk Schreckmann
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    For a list of free mock exams available on the internet, take a look at http://www.javaranch.com/mock.jsp
     
    kapil munjal
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    Hi Navneet,

    I would suggest that if you dont feel confident then go through the whole book again and this time mark all the important points. You will definitely find some new points which you might have read but dont remember now.
    This second refreshing of the book will benefit you a lot.

    K&B book is the best available in the market. So dont look for any other study material. If you want to check your knowledge then do some mock exams available on the net.

    Best of Luck for your preparation
    Kaps
     
    Thomas De Vos
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    Dirk,

    Would it not be useful for future aspirants and exam takers that the list of mock exams is updated to reflect the true and current updated mock exams available?
    [ June 14, 2004: Message edited by: Thomas De Vos ]
     
    Marcus Green
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    They seem to have all the good ones in the list
     
    kapil munjal
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    But there are some which are of Java 1.2 and they have questions on awt and other topics which have been excluded from Java 1.4 exam

    Kaps
     
    Marcus Green
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    Tee hee, I was gently teasing Thomas. His site has some good and up to date exams (click on his links in his message) on it but is not in the JavaRanch list. And now for a blatant advert ...

    http://www.jchq.net/homepage/certkeyflier.php
    [ June 15, 2004: Message edited by: Marcus Green ]
     
    Thomas De Vos
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    Anyone who takes the java certification exam seriously knows Marcus is the King and the Master of the mock exams without any doubt.

    Many wouldn't have passed their SCJP certification if he was not here in the ranch.

    He is a great example of determination and ambition and for many under us we can learn a lot from him.

    Thanks Marcus.
    [ June 15, 2004: Message edited by: Thomas De Vos ]
     
    Shilpi M Ag
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    http://www.jchq.net/mockexams/exam2.htm

    DO these 3 mocks also give us a good idea of how much we can expect to score in the real exam? I skipped the ones which are not in scjp 1.4...
    or should i use some other 1.4 specific ones?
     
    Marcus Green
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    www.jchq.net/phezam
     
    It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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