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missed two questions, one in inner class, one in thread.
for those who are giong to take exam, these two topics must be read through. a lot of questions from there. for IO, various constructors are important. I don't have any filling blank question.
I read Mughal, Exam Cram and Roberts, found Mughal is most useful to get high score.
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Congrats Haining! Great score!!
How many questions were on I/O and how much time did u take? Did u use JQ+/J@Whiz?

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Originally posted by Ashik uzzaman:

Congrats Haining! Great score!!
How many questions were on I/O and how much time did u take? Did u use JQ+/J@Whiz?


I had at least 5 questions on I/O, 4 of them are test constructors. I spent less than an hour to answer all questions and marked about 5 to review. enough time to check second time.
i didn't use JQ+/J@Whiz cuz they are NOT free.
 
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Congratulations, Haining! Please do consider posting your scores here also: http://www.jdiscuss.com/index.jsp?tab=scjp&option=VAR
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Great score Haining! I'm up in about 2 weeks. I must say I'm still week on Threads and io. Did you just read Khaild's book and RHE or do you have other suggestions?
 
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Originally posted by Mathias P.W Nilsson:
Great score Haining! I'm up in about 2 weeks. I must say I'm still week on Threads and io. Did you just read Khaild's book and RHE or do you have other suggestions?


Khaild's book should be enough if you do remember everything in there. you may need read carefully and practice on thread cuz most of us don't have much experience programming that. I do have 3~4 questions on sync. 2~3 on contructors and 2~3 on its methods. for IO, normlly remember contructors should be OK, but I do have a question regarding its methods.
beside book and mocks, I do read some chapters of JLS, it will help you to clear the doubt, expecially on override, overload, etc. For some class like "String", "Math", you do need to know what exactly method does by reading through javadoc.
good luck
 
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Congratulations...
Could you tell me which book is Mughal? Thanks
 
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Crishty, it's A Programmers Guide to Java Certification by Khalia A. Mughal & R.R.
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CONGRATS. KEEP IT UP.
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Congratulations Haining, you got a wonderful score, keep it up.
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