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SCJP 1.4

 
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Hi,
I have also started preparing for SCJP1.4,could you suggest me
as I found Danch questions easy but question from Marcus green
were pretty confusing and I m facing problemz even in tracing the
flow.which really made me to rethink whether I should go for Exam or not. :roll:
 
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Hi.
The SCJP exam is not so tough as we think...
All u need is K&B book, mock exams -Dan, Marcus, Bill .

I took the exam two days back scored 83 % .
i felt there were a lot of straight forward questions..

questions in threads was confusing..
so do concentrate well in that..

cheer up
 
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Hai DeshDeep
Just whom ever mocks you follow, make sure you code the questions you do not understand and get a satisfactory answer from either the JAVA compiler or the JRE. That way, there will be less scope for confusion and more of understanding. Really, this does make a difference. I scored 88% on SCJP 1.4. And believe me I lost the maximum on Looping and branching.(Coz I did'nt code and clarify my understanding on some of the subtle rules)
So even if at the first encounter something seems difficult, TRY AND NAIL IT? Nothing and I repeat NOTHING can be out of reach of a Brain.
 
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