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96% in SCJP6

Gayk Gevorkyan
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Devaka, Kathy and Bert

Thank you


SCJP 6 (96%), SCWCD 5 (88%)
Devaka Cooray
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Pleasure, and congratulations


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Roberto Perillo
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Congrats, champ!


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Rafal Wasielewski
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Congrats


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Great score, congrats


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kavitha yogaraj
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What are books you studied for the exam. I've planned to take this by the end of next 3 months. just started with k&b cud you please advice me any links or books you followed
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Congratulations


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Gayk Gevorkyan
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kavitha yogaraj wrote:What are books you studied for the exam. I've planned to take this by the end of next 3 months. just started with k&b cud you please advice me any links or books you followed


Hi Kavitha,

I used this book to study the theory and this simulator to pass practice tests.
Good luck to you)
Gayk Gevorkyan
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Thanks for congratulations everyone!
kavitha yogaraj
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Thanks,
I have an other question. I'm very new to java but I'm planning to take this certification exam within 3 months is it possible?
Gayk Gevorkyan
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kavitha yogaraj wrote:Thanks,
I have an other question. I'm very new to java but I'm planning to take this certification exam within 3 months is it possible?


It depends on how fast you can learn Java and the objectives in particular.
Also practice is very important so if you don't use Java at work try to write some Java programs during preparation.
I would take as much time as I need and study thoroughly.
When you're ready you will feel confident. That's how I knew I was ready.
kavitha yogaraj
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Thanks for the above advice,

I'd taken intermidiate level Java course in my school last quater. Thats how i'm familiar with it. I do practice by doing all examples in K&b and then my assignments in Java from school. Whoever takes this exam will they be working with java? or Did you worked as java developer before taking exam?
Gayk Gevorkyan
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kavitha yogaraj wrote:Thanks for the above advice,

I'd taken intermidiate level Java course in my school last quater. Thats how i'm familiar with it. I do practice by doing all examples in K&b and then my assignments in Java from school. Whoever takes this exam will they be working with java? or Did you worked as java developer before taking exam?


I am a java programmer in a company that develops software for laboratories and hospitals for 3 years now so I did have experience in java before taking the exam. However preparation is a must. Even experienced programmers will score purely if unprepared. I would say that preparing and taking an exam while you are a student is a good time because you actually have time for preparation.
kavitha yogaraj
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Thanks Again,
Amruta nikam
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hey congratulations!!!
will you please tell me which version of java you used for practicing...i have version 7 installed on my machine do i need to install version 6 for ocjp6 exam....
 
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