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SAI - Sun Academic Initiative

Yasin Kothia
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Joined: Sep 25, 2009
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Im studying for the SCJA and because my uni is part of sun's SAI, im using the free material provided by sun which is WJB-110-SE6 and WJTB-310, which normal users have to pay for but we get for free.

I wondering how good are these Online web course from sun, if i study them will be enough to pass SCJA?

Im a student so spending less is a must.

Thank You
Yasin Kothia
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Joined: Sep 25, 2009
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help anyone?.....
Chintan B Shah
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Those SAI courses are good. I gave SAI SCJA exam couple of weeks back. I found that version of SCJA little difficult than the mock exams you see around. Those online courses help a lot (especially for SAI SCJA). So go for it. The real exam will have a lot of questions similar to sample exams on those online courses.

Hope this helps.


SCJA 1.0
Ed Januska

Joined: Nov 04, 2009
Posts: 5
I just signed up for the SAI courses also. I'm planning on taking the exam in the spring.
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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Sometimes I find the Sun courses can be a tad expensive. I'd really be interested in knowing your reaction to their course, and if you thought it was properly focussed on the exam objectives, or if it was simply more focussed on getting your money.

Let us know!

-Cameron McKenzie
I agree. Here's the link:
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