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Need Guidance

 
khushhal yadav
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Hi Ranchers ..

I am already SCJP1.4 certified..
N now in the need of being SCJP1.5 certification..

Pleaze let me know, instead of going for the Upgrade..
Can i go for SCJP1.5 from scratch..
As a fresh certification..
 
suresh koutam
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its up to you man...
if upgrade doesnt seem good for you..then start from scrath...but you know the head ache of starting from scratch....so think about that...
upgrade will allow you to brush up new concepts while a new exam will allow you to brush the old and learn the new...
the ball is in your court...


Suresh
 
khushhal yadav
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ThankU suresh koutam

But I am thinking of from scratch..
Bcoz I got 96 in SCJP1.4..
And I lost those marks bcoz of my on foolish mistakes..
Which I never supposed to commit..
Now I want to rectify that mistake..
That's why i did want to know whether it's possible to give SCJP1.5 from scratch or not..

Thanks a lot..
 
Prafulla N. Patil
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instead of going for scjp 5.0 from scratch go for upgrade
and better you prepare for next level that is scwcd or scbcd, good to have it
 
karthi keyan
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is the score that much important in the exam ?
 
Barry Gaunt
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Hello "kar thik"-

Welcome to JavaRanch.

On your way in you may have missed that we have a JavaRanch Naming Policy for displayed (screen) names. Your displayed name must consist of a first name (or an initial), a space, and a family name (in that order) and not be obviously fictitious. Since yours "kar thik", does not conform with it, please take a moment to change it, which you can do right here.

Posters with nonconforming displayed names will be locked out of JavaRanch after a few posts using those names.

Thanks
-Barry

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