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rucha kulkarni
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Hi

I have 3+yrs of IT expirience in java. I am currently looking out for a job change.
I face difficulty in clearing written java technical test in good IT companies. Can you please refer me some books
or sites which contains tricky multiple choice questions so that it helps me to clear the test.

Your help would highly be appreciated

Thanks
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If you want tricky, questions the SCJP books or mock exams are chock full of them. Check out the SCJP/OCJPJP forum headers for a bunch of links.


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rucha kulkarni wrote:Hi

I have 3+yrs of IT expirience in java. I am currently looking out for a job change.
I face difficulty in clearing written java technical test in good IT companies. Can you please refer me some books
or sites which contains tricky multiple choice questions so that it helps me to clear the test.

Your help would highly be appreciated

Thanks


Wow ! 3 years is great. I wish I had that kind of experience. Don't these companies give more importance to your experience ?
By the way, if possible, please give us an example of the kind of questions that you were asked. You don't have to give us the
exact question, just an idea is enough.What kind of questions ? Java, Math or General Intelligence questions ?
If you are looking for java, then try this book- Java Puzzlers: Traps, Pitfalls, and Corner Cases
I had read a couple of questions from this book a while ago...they seem to be ok.

Good luck for your job hunt.


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