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Can any one in the forum know ?

eddy cage
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Joined: Aug 05, 2005
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Hai, Recently my friend passed SCJP 1.4 .She told that before going to start the real SCJP 1.4 exam in the testing centre we get the Customized kind of thing like (we find this one Whizlabas tool also like Begineer,Intermediate,Expert) how much do you have idea about

Inner classes Exterme Good Poor Noidea Average
Threads Exterme Good Poor Noidea Average
Overriding,Overloading,
Constructors Exterme Good Poor Noidea Average

and this kind of options available for all the chapters in the exam.In that we have to select any one of the option button . Here my question is if i select Exterme in all the chapters can i get all the exterme type of questions ???, or if i select Average can i get easy answers Or it's just a normal type of survey. Please help can any one in the forum know about this ? I am also preparing for the exam ?
Joe Sondow
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Joined: Apr 10, 2005
Posts: 195
To the best of my knowledge, those questions are not intended to determine what exam questions you'll get. It's just research for Sun to know how test takers perceive their own abilities, and probably to compare those perceptions to the the results of the user's test.


SCJA 1.0 (98%), SCJP 1.4 (98%)
Bert Bates
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Joseph is correct -

No answers you give will change the questions that are about to torment you


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