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ravindran raghunath
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Joined: Feb 27, 2009
Posts: 5
hi all

i am just started my SCJP preparation with K&B.
actually i wish to learn the concepts deeply and write the exam after that
but my boss is forcing me to get the certification within a month
i dont know how i am???
please someone help me with your valuable suggestion.
thank you

-ravi
Arka Guhathakurta
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Joined: Mar 01, 2009
Posts: 46
If you have a sound knowledge in core java then go for it. If you are not sure of concepts totally DO NOT GIVE THE TEST.
The best book I have seen is SCJP6 by Sierra and Bates.
Try Mock tests.
Also get connected to various forums and discuss Questions and Answers about core java.
Even I am planning to go for SCJP6 we can study together.
BEST OF LUCK TO YOU


regards,
Arka
 
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