Thanks to Devaka, Henry, Ankit and all that helped to make concepts clear and questions answered.
I didn't do well on generics, perhaps I didn't read the new version of K&B book. I relied on the version 5 and didn't paid much attention on the added NavigableSet stuff. I encounter 2 questions on adding, deleting elements after doing subSet and sort. Also a mistake on generic constructor. I choose Gen<T>() which I think should be just Gen().
One unexpected thing is for questions with a "Task" button and need drag and drop actions. I found I couldn't review the answer. When I click on the "Task" button in review mode, it pops up an message basically saying if you choose yes, you are going to redo the question. I still did not figure out how to review these questions.
One small surprise is there are 2 or 3 questions given the code without outer class signature. It had 2 classes parallel with the public static void main method. I had thought the main method was outside any class but after the 2nd occurrence I realized it was not.
congrats man....well done...by the way how many questions were there on the exam?
From where did you take the mock tests?
Joined: Oct 12, 2009
60 question in 3 hours.
I did Devaka diagnose, 1, and final. They are really helpful. Just don't let the score depress you:-) I scored 62% on final(failed).
The real exam is harder than I thought.
Joined: Sep 06, 2009
I have just started studying for scjp...although i have read K & B once only. I want to give my exam next month. What would be the best way to study? I was thinking of going through all the queries in this forum....
Joined: Sep 06, 2009
This devaka's simulator gives me an error when i try to install the jet driver....cant understand what is that.
And also K & B cd doesnt run on my laptop? what could be the problem?
zhong chen wrote:One small surprise is there are 2 or 3 questions given the code without outer class signature. It had 2 classes parallel with the public static void main method. I had thought the main method was outside any class but after the 2nd occurrence I realized it was not.
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