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Chandramouli Rajagopalan
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I attended the core java course offered by niit technologies a few months back,i want to start preparing for ocjp now,my voucher expires on 30th november,can you advise my on the no.of hours per day i need to spend ,the methodologies to adopt and the resources needed to clear the exam successfully.
ayush raj
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Chandramouli Rajagopalan wrote:I attended the core java course offered by niit technologies a few months back,i want to start preparing for ocjp now,my voucher expires on 30th november,can you advise my on the no.of hours per day i need to spend ,the methodologies to adopt and the resources needed to clear the exam successfully.


Depends upon the grasping power your brain . Follow the OCPJP syllabus strictly and get a reference book . I think Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates book would be the best one to refer . It has the relevant topics in a very organised way once you do have the idea of core java . Follow the book strictly and remain intouch with the book upto the exam . Practise as much as you can , code as much as you can .

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Enkita mody
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You need 6 to 7 hours per day.


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Chandramouli Rajagopalan
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Wouldn't khalid mughal help?
ayush raj
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Chandramouli Rajagopalan wrote:Wouldn't khalid mughal help?


It would do but maintain your pace accordingly ..
Chandramouli Rajagopalan
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thanks
 
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