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I thanks all the friends for helping me to pass the exam with 93% marks. My special thanks to Javaranchers, Khalid Mughal and JQ+ team.
Rakesh Sharma
 
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Congrats Rakesh,
Can u plz let me know how u approached the xam
 
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Sure. I rerfered only 2 books. First book was "Java 2 The complete reference" by Naughton & Schildt and Another was "Programmer's guide for Java Certification" by Khalid Mughal. Read the Khalid Mughal book atleast 3 times. Its a really good book for exam purpose. After that take as many mock exams as you can. These exams really help you develope the concepts. I took more than 2000 Que from mock exams. Particularly JQ+ exam is really good.
Don't forget to visit the Javaranch discussion forum daily. it will help a lot.
Rakesh
 
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