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Passed SCJP 1.4 310-035 with 96%

 
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I am so excited with the score which is better than my daily mock exams.
I have 1 year working experience in java(I got to know java three yeas ago as I was a student). I got two errors in Thread . I am always got confused with what is guaranteed in JDK or what is implemented by one JVM but not required by JVM spec. I think I need to read more about JVM spec. in the future.
My tips:
1.Kathy Sierra/Bert Bates Java book is necessary. It includes all required in real exam.
2.JLS 2nd if you want a high score.
3.JDK Document. At least you should read docs in java.lang.* and java.util.* thoroughly.
4.Practices the codes in Kathy Sierra/Bert Bates Java book and mock exam with real JDK.
5.Think java any time before the exam. Such as. The doc in java.lang, java.util, Kathy Sierra/Bert Bates Java book.
[ May 21, 2003: Message edited by: Mike W. ]
[ May 22, 2003: Message edited by: Mike W. ]
[ May 22, 2003: Message edited by: Mike W. ]
 
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Great shot Mike
 
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Good one Mike. Congratulations!
 
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Well done~~
thanks for your tips
 
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Congratulations....Mike.
Continue it.

The aim if reached or not makes great the life

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Congratulations!
 
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Congratulations Mike!
 
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WOW Mike !!!
96% !!!
Thanks for using our book, we're glad it helped!
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Congratuations to you!
 
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Hearty congratulations on your success!
 
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Congratulations to you!
 
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