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Finally, I'm one of the SCJPs

Joshua Ebarvia
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Today I've passed SCJP 6.0, wew....

AFter two months of reading K&B book for 4 times (about 2 hours on weekdays and 6 hours on weekends) and lurking and participating in this forum, I cleared the exam.
I have used K&B book and it's master exam and Devaka's ExamLab.

I have never passed the quiz and master exam from the K&B cd-rom
I have never passed any exam in Devaka's Exam lab,

the most score I get for both was just 50%

Then I was so afraid to take the exam since I'm not passing any mock, but I took the chances and passed it. My grade is the double axe, well, a pass is a pass isn't it?

Thanks to all Ranchers, the authors of K&B, Devaka, and everyone here..

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Devaka Cooray
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My congratulations Joshua

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Joshua Ebarvia
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Devaka Cooray wrote:My congratulations Joshua

Thanks Devaka, your ExamLab is really the REAL simulator for the exam(but much harder ), the look and feel is very the same, so I feel comfortable with it.

Joshua Ebarvia
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Vijitha Kumara wrote:Congrats

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Welcome to the club!

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